This my 3-year-old rig that just recently I decided to give it some mods and upgrading.
This update was all about cooling. Temperatures where I live can get up to 45ºC in the summer which gets my room quite stuffy, the main reason why I chose to go with water cooling instead of air cooling.
There is a couple of things left to be done. On the mod side probably a better cable management and overall stealthiness of some components. On the hardware part, I've been waiting for some time now to the NZXT's X61 become available in brazilian stores, as well I hope to get a Samsung SSD and a Cooler Master QuickFire keyboard until the end of the year.
Update #1: Spent the day making a ghetto PSU cover and cover for the cables beside the H90's radiator. It's made of cardboard painted with acrylic black and a matte coate. It turned out better than expected, IMHO.
And some explanation on the Part List:
The Corsair H90 is not cooling the CPU, but the GPU mounted on a NZXT G10 with Arctic Cooling MX-4 replacing the factory pre-applied thermal compound.
At the back there is a NZXT Grid+ controlling all of my case fans (2 x AF140L, 1 x AF120L, and the H90's fan) which is the main reason to why I've been waiting for the X61 instead of going with the Corsair H110. I'd rather have everything relying on the same software (CAM).
The sleeved cables were my first attempt at it, and I'm quite satisfied with the result. I used Paracord 550 and the heathshrinkless technique.
And at last, the illumination is achived by a usual 12v RGB led stripe that I've modded to feed from the PSU with molex connectors.