My latest build for one of my customers, Cairodrome is built in the extremly large Tower 900 case from ThermalTake. This is built after customer specifications and not my choice of parts. The general idea was to watercool the CPU first in one loop, and then wait for phase two where the GPU's gets cool in a separate loop as well.
The main obstacle in this build was clearly the size, it's harder to work in than you might first think. The CPU is cooled by a large 480mm radiator which is totally overkill, a theme seen throughout this build, with SLi 1080Ti, dual flow gauges and an over the top loop. This PC handles almost anything thrown at it and performs very well in games. The customer decided to keep his previous storage solution for now.
Temperature wise the loop is at a stable 23 degrees water temperature at any time which is impressive. Images does not really make this build justice as the case holds 5 DarkSide LED UV strips which illuminates the coolant and other UV reactive details in the case very beautifully.
Intel Core i7-8700K
MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
32GB GSkill Trident Z RGB DDR4
2x GeForce GTX 1080Ti (Sli)
Corsair RM1000X, 1000W PSU
Samsung 850 Evo 500GB SSD
1TB WD Blue Harddrive
ThermalTake Tower 900
NZXT Sentry 2
ThermalTake W4 RGB CPU Block
Barrow Fittings (Including dual drains)
Barrow PETG 14mm OD
Barrow FBFT02 Temperature Sensor OLED
2x Alphacool Eisfluegel Flow Indicator
EKWB D5 Pump + EK XRES X3 TUBE 400
XSPC EC6 UV-Green Coolant
5x DarkSide UV LED strips 30cm
EK-CoolStream RAD PE 480mm
8x SKYEE RGB fans 120mm
The system is (as usual) named after a soundtrack in one of my favorite games of all time.