Functionally I wanted a build that was of a small form factor, allowing for easier transportation when going to a LAN but not at the expense of sacrificing cooling power when home and overclocking. This process needed to be simple and quick which is why I developed a quick disconnect system from S5 to the pedestal allowing me to separate the two with ease. Visually, I wanted to create as clean of a build as I could, allowing for all the special custom bits to shine through. The name "White Metropolis" started out because I was trying to brainstorm a name that wasn't cliché with a white build and chose it with no intention of including it in the build theme. That all changed when I got inspired by city silhouettes. In this build you will find the silhouettes of major cities all across the world such as Hong Kong - China, Bangkok - Thailand and Jakarta - Indonesia because of how they looked around the other components. I've hopefully succeeded in tying all these things together in a visually appealing, high detail design. My desire for windows all around led for designs that complement the computer no matter which side you look at it so no matter where you view it from you get a different and equally pleasing view.