Sorry about the delay in response, I bought a gaming laptop instead but now thinking of making this build a reality although with some different hardware:
Intel i5 4690K
Corsair Vengeance LP 2x4GB (8GB) 1866MHz DDR3 (Red, isn't available in black here which is too bad)
Silverstone SUGO SG05BB Lite (Black)
Silverstone ST45SF-G 450W OR Silverstone SX600-G 600W
An Nvidia GTX 970 Mini (Gigabyte is the only one who has released a "mini" card of the GTX 970 but since Asus have an 670 Mini and an 760 Mini I hope they release one as well and then I will buy the Asus one)
Either an 850 EVO 2.5" (when it is released) or an M.2 (2280) SSD either 250-ish GB or even 500-ish GB. So either using the HDD-bay or installing a SSD directly on the MBOT via the M.2-slot.
Antec H2O 650 watercooling
Now the Antec H20 640 v4 would fit in there as I recall but does the 650 fit in here as well?
Would like to make NO modifications what so ever, no drilling and pref. not using velcro straps or tape to secure anything.
I MIGHT be able to skip the ODD but it would be nice to have it installed for the few times you use an optical media and skip having to have an external USB ODD-drive.
Also thinking about the wattage, according to "PSU Calculator" the whole system should draw around 350W even with the processor OC:ed to 4.4GHz.
The 450W PSU should fit (the chassi) perfectly but users have reported that the 600W PSU does not play as nice:
Emailed Silverstone about this and got this response:
"The problem is that in SG05 is included a PSU bracket which only works with non-modular PSUs.
As SFX PSUs are not very heavy it will be good enough if you just mount them with the front screws.
Due to this reason the PSU bracket is not included in SG05 LITE which means you can install a modular PSU without problems."
So as I understand this reply the physical fit of the modular (600W) PSU should be fine in the "LITE" version without the PSU bracket, although the Amazon users comments about :
"The other piece of the case that doesn't fit is the tray which holds the hard drive and optical drive. The back of this tray will not lay flush because of the massive bundle of wires coming out of the back of the PSU. Luckily I just have a single 2.5" SSD and for the time being have placed it carefully at the bottom of the case directly between the end of the motherboard and inside front of the case. It's not the best setup but it shouldn't move around much and maintains airflow."
In regards to the "Mini 970" even though an regular 970 might fit: I just see that it might be good to have an "Mini" in the small case instead of an standard size due to ventilation.
I dislike "cramming" stuff in and the performance drawback for a "Mini" compared to a "regular" was (at least for me) quite negligible.
Once again, sorry for not updating this thread, has it on "immediately" notification from now on / TheSwede86