The set up is mainly using for 3D render, 3D CAD and some gaming. My previous build was Intel 6900k which is half the speed of 1950x. I overclock the 1950x to 4.0 GHz on all cores. At first I used the Thermaltake 360 AIO and the problem with AIO cooler is that it will throttle up very quickly, less than a minute of rendering work and the temp will reach 80 C. So, I switch to EK custom loop, a 360mm rad and a 240mm rad. The result is very satisfy. The temperature drop more than 10C from AIO, the overclock voltage is also lowered (From 1.36v to 1.33v)
But there's still problem with the Corsair SP120 fans that come with the case. It's 1500 rpm won't keep water cool for long time. So, I switch them out and replace with ML120 2400 rpm fans. They're noisier but the CPU temp never reach 74 C when rendering 3D images.
The problem with the 570x case is, it's too short for front radiator + reservoir pump combo. The MSI SEA HAWK is 30cm long and it crashes with the reservoir. I've to put it horizontally, it works fine but it's hard to bleed the air. I've to flip the case to fill the water and bleeding the air. I can put shorter reservoir and put it up right, but it's hard to fill the loop.
Overall, they work perfectly for my works.