No idea of the individual lengths, I believe the tubing size though is 3/8 ID, 1/2 OD Primochill.
I'm running uv led lights around the top perimeter of the case. The green cryofuel isn't exactly UV reactive but it does brighten it a lot. The case and liquid alone, won't light up the case very well. Since posting the build, I've switched to a Noctua 140mm fan on the radiator and temps are even better than before. Message if you have any questions.
Obviously not, PCPP didn't input the prices for cpu and mobo and I don't care to input myself.
If you're concerned about temps, you could try another thermal paste or you could also lower the clock speeds or try undervolting. Undervolting when done right will allow a similar clock speed but with less voltage (heat). Great build btw!
Pull top of panel away, it hooks around at the bottom.
mATX but it is a nice one!
I would see if you can get replacements or file claims with shipping companies. I've had lots of parts/complete builds tampered with both UPS and Fedex. Got money for all things that were effected.
Looks like he's using it to directly cool the motherboard vrms
Great setup but spacing around those speakers would give a much better sound. Each to their own though!
Your attention to detail is amazing. Bends are gorgeous and the overall build looks very very well thought out.
Wow very nice.
Great build. I recently moved my build out of the same case. If you ever need parts for it - let me know, chassis is chopped up but still have panels and accessories and such.
I personally wouldn't trade performance for rgb but I appreciate your description and clean build!
Wonderful sfx build. We salute you.
What a cool yet capable sleeper. I don't even mind the oem case. Well done.
Likely an accomplished professional in their field haha
Attention to detail is amazing, you should be really proud of this machine.
I feel the struggling upgrading and selling. Build looks great.
Great build, the subtle choices really make for a polished end product.
Nice build. You should get an ikea signum rack or an amazon cable raceway.
Yeah, it looks great but where's the pizzazz? It's just a yellow shroud for the cooler and some rubber trim on the fans. No custom work or anything.
Rest in peace m.2 for you did not know....
First build with a nice 1070, why already upgrade to the 2070?
Nice setup and build!
I like the white/blue layout. Looks very nice.
Really like this build. I'm all about getting your best bang for your buck. If you wanted to contain the pump/res to the inside of the case, I'd recommend something like the EK uni-brackets and then some res c clamps. You could have it horizontal at the very top of the case. I really like it though, nice work!
Haha, believe me, I know the struggles! Thanks for the reply
Any issues with heatsoak once everything heats up?
Very clean, well done sir.
Looks killer man, nice job with the loop.
Looks hella sweet! Awesome theme and execution. +1
Super clean. I like it very much.
Fuego alert :o
Cool build, love geeek cases
My thoughts exactly
What is airflow like with the front panel?
Looks great! I'd love to see the cooler matched to the Trident dimms in a similar green coloring as the bracket and then the fans as well. The green/blue scheme is really nice.
Saw this on r/battlestations. Looks good!
Awesome custom work. Finished product looks super nice.
Very clean system especially for a first time build. Well done!
Quit being negative. This obviously doesn't effect you in any way and the OP is doing something kind for a friend to get him into PC's. Elitist's like you shouldn't bother bringing others down when they are simply doing an act of kindness.
+1 great gift!
Not a bad rig at all! I'd recommend an itx case to compliment the parts better, not to mention - make it more portable.
That's absolutely wicked! Love it!
More photos! Although I know the chassis is a bit of work to separate...
How much more performance are you getting from 3 vs 2 rads?
Awesome build and superb mods!
Sexy simplicity. Love the thought out loop.
We need more information! Great looking build/setup