More pictures to follow. I built this to fit into a airline carry on bag, so when I go back on deployment, I can bring a whisper quiet power house with me. Both the 120 mm rads for the gpu and cpu are mounted as intakes on the top with the magnetic dust filter applied to the top of the case. I took a jigsaw and cut room to mount a 140 mm fan to the front of the case. In retrospect, I did not really need to do that, But what the hey, I was bored. All the parts were carefully selected to accommodate the oculus rift I currently have sitting on preorder, It cannot get here fast enough. The monitor was 900, but I had it from a previous dual 980 ti sli build that I sold prior to building this. I am proud of this build, Ill show some pictures of the cable management later, but after I finished with the rats nest you see in the current pictures, I could fit both rads up top, and I am current the only one using a dual rad setup like that with a 980 ti, If you know someone else though, I would love to look at their build as well.
EDIT # 1 In the future I will be putting a metal grill on the front of the case to cover up the cuts I made with the jigsaw, and yes, I am using panty hose as a fan filter lol.
Update # 1 I will be switching out the PSU, the silver stone SX600-G is emitting questionable fan noises that sound like its fan is rubbing on plastic. I have made very sure it is the PSU, I will be upgrading to the coolermaster 750V fully modular, its only 40 mm longer so I still have a little head room for cable routing. I am also currently get a hold of some metal grills to improve the appearance of the front.
Update 2 God help me lol. Spent 3 hours rewiring in the new psu, turned it on, and promptly found out it was not the old PSU making the grinding noise, it was the pump on the graphics card. Which I think is normal.