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"Can run Crysis" love it
Really nice build, love the coolant and bends.
Great looking. I don't always like soft-tubing builds but this is gorgeous.
Gorgeous and so creative.
Great work, looks awesome even with the panel pushed so far out!
Very cool, kinda creepy, but very cool
So many of the AIO Shift builds look the same but this is beautiful and props for fitting two rads in there with such clean cable management.
Great build, that's a lot of power to pack into that case (not to mention the custom loop)!
Those Chromax accessories really look sharp
Awesome job, I've been waiting to see a full GPU+CPU custom loop in the Shift. What are temps like with only 2x 120mm rads?
Simple and clean, love it.
Great build. Exciting to see a custom loop in the smaller shift. Eager to see a CPU+GPU loop next!
Gorgeous build, so clean. Don't know the case very well, did you have to mod it to pass your tubing to the res or did it come ready for custom loop?
Very cool, subtle mods and yet with amazing effect!
Fair enough, I've started getting CableMod cables with all my build and have loved the results.
really nice, maybe the cleanest I've seen in a Shift
Very cool, I'm dying to build one of these with a custom loop
Great build, love the Snow V1
Ya, not bad at all. As you can see cable management isn't the easiest but there's a decent amount of room behind the motherboard. My only criticism is that the side panels have no thumb-screws.
Thanks, appreciate it! This case makes it easy am I right?
Great looking build. I'm jealous of the 1080 Ti and love the Aer RGB! Where did you stuff the Hue, behind the rad?
Very nice, love this case
Great build, I'm partial to mITX but so much space in this case!
I've been waiting to see people start building in these cases. Looks great!
Great build. Looks awesome, too bad that pretty white PSU isn't visible
Gorgeous build, looks like a lot of hard work put in!
Thanks. I think they would but you'd have to find somewhere else to mount that HDD
Great build, super clean, especially given case, I found cable management hard in my Styx
that is one mean air cooler
This looks great thinking about doing a similar build as my first custom loop. As a newbie to non aio water cooling some questions. Do you find that the single radiator has been enough for OCing? Where is the tubing going that drop down after the T junction? Thanks.
Great build and excellent temps with just the 80mm exhausts. I found I was having to turn my 80mms up too high (ie too loud) to get good cooling and so switched to a 120mm exhaust.
Nice looking simple build. I am hoping to do something very similar with a custom loop.
Super creative desk!
Very nice looking. As said, no sure you need to water cool those components but sure looks nice.
Nice build. Don't love that the PSU takes up so much space in that beautiful window but you made it look great.
What a powerhouse! What is that ROG PCI card, ethernet?
Very impressive use of space. Amazing not only that you fit everything so well but that the aesthetic result is so clean!
Planning a near identical build (except with M.2) and wondering what your airflow is like. Just the two fans on front rad and one on GPU rad or do you have two up top as well?
Awesome build, super clean
Looks great. Love the color combo.
really good looking and clean
Great looking. You really stuck to the color theme well!
Great looking. Simple and clean. As you have a K series CPU I assume you're going to OC in future. You may want a side or rear exhaust if that's the case. I found things get a little hot in my Core VI without.