Based on my previous InWin 901 ITX system, Sunlite is my fourth custom personal computer based on Intel's Z370 chipset. It sports a delidded 6 core, 12 thread i7-8700K clocked at 4.5GHz with 16GB of memory clocked at 3000MHz. As for its graphical capabilities, it features an NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super Founders Edition overclocked to 2000MHz.
Sunlite is the fastest computer I've ever built due to it's all-SSD nature. It features a Samsung 970 Plus 250GB NVMe M.2 SSD for the OS, coupled with dual 1TB Samsung 860 EVOs running in Raid 0 creating a 2TB storage pool primed for dangerously fast load times and caching for modern emulators.
As for airflow, Sunlite relies solely off of its dedicated hardware's cooling solutions. Since the two major components that require active cooling are faced opposite of each other, they are able to draw in cold air directly from the outside of the enclosure without the need for extra fans to direct air. Because of the the open-air fin design of the Noctua NH L9i Chromax and the RTX 2070 Super Founders Edition's heatsinks, hot air is able to exhaust straight out of the top of the enclosure without the need for exhaust fans to direct hot air away from the core components.
Sunlite's goal is to be a quiet, portable, no-compromise dedicated gaming and emulation machine for the living room and on the go.