My first custom waterloop cooling build in the Corsair 5000X using all Corsair Hydor-X components.
The tube runs were a bit complex and challenging, it took several attempts and a fair amount of wastage to get the runs right with a number of turns, especially from the CPU block. But the case has plenty of space inside and the back also has great space for cable runs and fits well the two CP's and two RGB hubs, although with the PSU it would be real difficult to put in any 3.5" drives as the cables from the PSU would not fit with the drive enclosure installed.
The top radiator is in a push / pull configuration as you can fit 3 fans on the top of the case. The second radiator is to the right of the mobo. The case has a toal of 13 x LL120 fans.
AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT CPU
ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero X570 AMD Motherboard
ASUS ROG Strix Nvidia GeForce RTX3070 OC 8GB GPU
It runs fairly cool, idle temp of the waterloop of around 31C and the CPU of 47C and the GPU 31C. G
Gaming (Cyberpunk 2077 with everything set to ultra or psycho, RT on, DLSS to ultra performance) I get around 80-90 FPS indoors dropping to 55-60 outdoors, and temps of around 35C in the loop, 65C on the CPU and 45C on the GPU.
Under stress test (Furmark ROG Edition GPU and ROG CPU Burner) with both CPU and GPU under test, loop stays around 36.5C, GPU at 49C and CPU 83C.
In both settings, based on custom curves I set the the fans only get to around 1,150RPM and are pretty quiet. The water pump is set to a fixed 60% RPM.