Where should I start... well this a build log, the last one for this build. PCPartPicker guys please update the site to allow build logs :)
I've used most of the parts from my first ITX amazing building experience with a Lazer3D LZ7 (a beauty), however, I've always dreamed with having an M1 and, many thanks to my hardware madness mate, got it as a present :D
My previous build: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/SpotYS/builds/#view=dKKBD3
From there I've updated only the cooling system and got an amazing promotion on the 1070 Ti. Using an LG 29UM68 21:9 60Hz and managed to get it to 75Hz with FreeSync active and no tearing so far, been lucky ready only as not everyone gets a good experience with this kind of "OC" on this monitor.
Coming from a 144Hz there is a slight difference however much prefer the colour accuracy from an IPS monitor and the ultra wide experience is amazing! It's a 1080p monitor true, but at 21:9 the pixel count is much higher than traditional 16:9, 1070 Ti can still blast everything completely max out, my most recent title is Shadow of the Tomb Raider and runs at constant 60fps (for the FPS count madness out there), but what counts here is because the FPS is constant and no dips don't have any issues and is smooth as smooth can be reducing a lot the difference to "high refresh rate". Anyways I play for fun not to count FPS and/or competitive/professional gaming (don't make my life income from it).
All prices were added manually to reflect the exact price paid for every single part, most of them purchased about one year ago and got some nice promotions.
The final touch on the M was an anti-vandal switch in black with a white led, no structural changes needed to the case, only to take two screws out to remove the original and ordered some gorgeous custom feet from Optimum Tech (M1 Element). These two small changes add a lot of design perfection to the case in my opinion.
As the final version of this build, took time to take some DSLR shoots, hope you all enjoy!