Great Work! +1
Fantastic build, congrats on the feature! +1
Love it! +1
Nice one! Had some tight fits with my last build as well. Very satisfying when you realise that it all comes together, isn't it? :D
Amazing work! Feature well deserved, of course +1
One question though: Where did you hide the pumps? Are both directly behind the reservoirs, at the bottom of the case?
Great build, congrats!
Great build, congrats! +1
Congrats! Good job on the bends :) +1
Amazing work, congrats! +1
Looks great, more pics please!
Awesome - feature is well deserved! +1
I've actually been thinking about doing something similar in my next build for quite some time now, so your custom work will definitely be an inspiration! :D
Stunning build, well deserved feature. Congrats! +1
Impressive, especially the bends. +1
Very impressive work, and of course a well deserved feature! +1 Congrats!
Very nice! +1
Looks like a nice, clean build. Congrats, +1
I love it! +1
Nice one, congrats! +1
Very clean, this looks amazing - great work! +1
The fotos are great, indeed. Congrats on the feature! :D
This looks amazing, congrats! Well done. +1
No, not really. I had to tilt the PC a bit to the back though as the fill port on the side of the reservoir was a bit too low.
Very nice, clean build! Congrats +1
Nice build! I used the same case in one of my own builds a while back - just wondering: what temps do you get? +1
Thanks! You certainly got a point there. Ease of access was not a priority when I built this rig. I was aware that for certain components disassembly would be quite an effort and take some time. Since I can use my laptop for work, this should not be a problem, I hope ;)
:) There is not, unfortunately. The pump occupies the space where an additional fan otherwise may be placed (see pic 36). The cables from the PSU are there too though (see pic 35), a fan may not be optimal in this place anyway.
Now that is an impressive build. Feature well deserved! +1
Solid choice regarding the components, seems you've got a soft spot for ASUS, which I can totaly relate to. And I particularly like the neon-ish theme. You definitly should stick to clear fluids imho.
Congrats from a fellow custom hardline loop first-timer! ;)
Not really, actually. The fill port is a bit lower than the top end of the reservoir though, I had to tilt the pc a bit to the back because of this in order to decently fill the reservoir. Also, because of the orientation of the pump and the orientation of the fill port, I was not able fill the reservoir in an upright position, meaning that I had to repeat filling and turning on the pump a bit more than usual :)
Congratulations on the feature, well deserved! I particularly like the black nylon sleeves on the soft tubing in combination with the rugged look of the bitspower fittings. +1
btw: Ambient of 16-17 degrees? Do you live in a fridge? ;D
Love that description :D +1
Amazing work! Should be featured :)
Great work! I really like the simplicity and the use of color of your build. +1
Yes, it did :)
Oh, and stick with the tru blood, it looks fantastic!
Amazing work, congrats on the feature! Well deserved. +1
I had a similar experience with the clearance of the components in my own build. What a feeling when it all comes together ;)
Amazing build! +1 this needs to be featured :D
I absolutely agree!
28mm - I got this one: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-se-240-slim-dual-5009
Great build, love the simplicity and the colour scheme. Quite a prominent drain port ;)
Simple, sleek build. Me likes :)
Finally someone gets it! I was always confused about that horrific chunk of metal and glass, which was wrapped in styrofoam impact protection inside the case. +1!
Impressive build, +1!
btw: which parts are still original? From the pre-built unit I mean...
Thanks a lot! I actually never even considered to use soft tubing :D
Inspiring work, well done! +1
May I ask about the lower tube though: It seems not to be aligned, which looks a bit out of place given that the rest of the tubes looks perfect in this regard. Is there any particular reason you left it the way it is?
Well done! Great step up from a pre-built unit :)