Peripheral info shown in main details. This photo was taken before the rigid tubing was implemented (You can see the tower is lacking full watercooling). Subsequent pics show final tower
All colours (except fluid), can easily be switched using Asus Aura. Sticking with white for now. May use a purple fluid when refilling next year.
Top push/pull, bottom push. Drainage tap is tucked behind bottom radiator, easily reachable. Flex drainage tube is hidden behind res
DOG was the name of my first PC I built in 1996.
A return to custom watercooling after 8 years of AIO CPU and stock GPU cooling, forced by my 2080Ti FE exhausting into the case. First time rigid tubing.
I copied the loop from this build closely - huge props to that team, adding some quality-of-life improvements (drainage & push/pull at top) and I preferred the extension fittings off the CPU rather than two-bend. I went for the Bitspower Sedna distro/waterway as it seemed to give me exactly the config I was after for being able to drain/fill conveniently & stick with the (mostly) horizontal rigid lines.
I wanted 6 fans in (top) & 3 fans out (bottom) to result in a +ve pressure for minimal dust. CPU doesn't break 60 on OC, GPU max so far has been 45 in Star Citizen. The drainage tap right at the bottom has a flex tube that is accessible from the case's rear chamber.
Touchscreens are primarily for spotify, discord/twitch stream chat, and Star Citizen MFD's using the GameGlass app.
Desk: Monitor: Asus PG348Q monitor w/ ROG terminal backlighting Surface Book 2 13 i7 iPad pro 9.7 iPad mini 2 Speakers: Kef LSX | Sub/footrest: Kef PSW3500 KB: Asus ROG Claymore Mouse: Razer Mamba Sticks: Virpil Constellation Delta w/ Monstertech desk mounts Throttle: Logi X56 Cans: Astro A50 Logo Brio cam Senic Nuimo puck
Not shown: 4mx4m VR space in room below w/ Pimax XR & Vive
Floor placement of tower is temporary until I extend the desk!