That's pretty cool, I might have one to beat it. It's not as janky as far as random parts, but it's still pretty ridiculous.
So in my current Mini-ITX rig:
Fractal Design Node 304
Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe Mobo
Core i7-3770k @ 4.6GHz
Corsair H90 140mm cooler w/Dual Noctua fans
EVGA Geforce GTX 650 Ti SSC 2GB
128 GB Main SanDisk SSD
64 GB Secondary SSD
1 TB HDD
So basically I was curious about how powerful I could make a Mini-ITX machine into. I originally started with a way smaller case which I may some day build in again because it would make an even better LAN machine, but it also makes it impossible to overclock, and pointless to have a K series processor. It's the highest power to size ratio machine I've ever seen personally and it really kicks ass, especially for LAN parties where I can bridge the Integrated graphics, and have a total of 9 monitors with a displayport hub if I wanted.
Here's a few more pics.
I needed to increase airflow through the case, so I managed to rig all of the Hard Drives onto a single drive carriage, which is a little odd, but it works.
As you could expect, cable management is stupid difficult in this thing, I need to jump for a modular PSU at some point but I got this one at a stupidly good price.
You can see that I had to shift and re-drill the mouting holes for the rear fans/radiator. The radiator reservoir made it too wide to accommodate for the GFX card.
However it cleans up quite nicely, nice and compact which again, makes it killer for LAN parties, although it weighs a ton. The little adapter on the side is an Xbox 360 wireless remote receiver. I originally had it hidden behind the front panel, but it killed the signal range.
My next upgrades will be the obvious GPU, I plan on grabbing a 780 when it drops in price a little, the maybe doubling my RAM.