So, my CPU finally arrived and last weekend I built the system
Intel i5 4670K
NVIDIA GTX 770 Reference
Corsair Vengeance LP 8GB
Silverstone Strider Gold 450W
Still need to get an SSD, but I can wait on a good deal for that.
The experience was very positive with this case, it's SOLID! Although cable management presented it's issues, it was easier than I expected. I still have to do a better work, but that will be next weekend. I'm thinking of getting the PP05-E kit, but not until I give it another try with the cables bundled with the PSU. The 8-pin CPU placement in the Z87E-ITX is the only thing I didn't liked, horrible placement!
The good thing about the Z87E-ITX is the CPU location, NT06 or the Noctua NH-L12 should fit without problems.
Temperatures in the case are excellent, the positive pressure blows the hot air out from every corner in the case, keeping it cool.
Stress testing the CPU with Prime95 ramps up the temperature to 80c; however the rest of the case stays cool, which is great. I did not run Prime95 for too long since I only have the Intel stock cooler for now.
The only bad thing about using the GTX with the reference cooler is that it will go up to the 70c and 80c in no time. With Unigine heaven 1.0, it takes about three minutes to go all the way to 80c (I still have to test it with games). The rest of the case stays pretty cool considering the temperatures of the GPU, but the area around the exhaust of the card in the back of the case gets very hot. SSD's / HDD's above the card will definitely take the heat. I am only using one fan in the GPU area, I don't know if another one would do a big difference with the blower cooler, although I'm not so sure it will.
I got the reference card at a great price ($250), so that's why I went with that one, although after testing I believe that a card like the EVGA with ACX and two high performance fans paired with it should give the best temperatures possible for an air cooler.
Comments, suggestions or corrections are expected