installed D140 distro, I chose this to help fill out the case and also hopefully make it easier to run tubing.
Full view of components installed so far
Push pull setup on 60mm rad, changed out the top fans to D-RGB after my wife's recommendation lol.
EK 360 mm res to mounted horizontally on bottom rad
Res loosely mounted on rad
Full view so far
Full view with res
Installed cablemod mesh cables.
Closer view of cables
Installed top rad and fans.
Getting a look of how much its gonna be a PITA to run a tube from the top rad outlet to the side rad inlet.
eyeballing tube run
Still trying to wrap my head around it.
Mocking up vertical mount, to make sure I will have clearance between res pump and gpu. The mount is EZDIY from amazon
Another view of the mount
Slight case modding to allow front panel to fit on with fans
I made the cutout to allow panel fit over the front fans
Front fans mounted, They are not meant to be mounted here I could only get a few screws in to hold them in place with the rad. This was done to achieve the look I wanted that I got from Romeo's Darkcrystal build.
Installed front rad
Full view of build so far.
Front with fans and panel mounted.
Some of the components.
Various 14mm gold fittings
Cables, and accessories
EK mystic fog premix. Update: I strongly do not recommend this product! it did not last a couple days and the fog fell out.
This is my first custom loop build. Its going to be used primarily for gaming and I wanted the best 4k experience I could manage. The pictures aren't very good, all of them were taken from my phone. The theme and colors are based off one of my favorite characters, Excalibur Umbra from Warframe since it was the first game I played on PC. This took way more time than I originally planned, but for my first custom water cooled build I think it came out pretty decent. I stepped in way over my head with the 4 rads in the configuration I used, but it ended up working out somehow. One thing I would change is the coolant choice I wanted to use the EK mystic fog since I was going to have so much RGB but, I ended up have the experience like many others of where the coolant goes clear in days. Anyways thanks for looking and I would appreciate any comments or suggestions for improvements. Also the cost total is way off, it ended up being 10k for all the extra fittings and such and things I didnt account for.
Color(s): Black Gold Gray
RGB Lighting? Yes
Theme: Video Game
Cooling: Custom Liquid Cooling
Type: General Build
Gpu water blocks arrived!
Got the GPU blocks in, installed Gelid extreme thermal pads instead of supplied EK pads for better thermal conductivity. I used the same size pads as EK recommended in 120mmx120mm sheets with Kryonaut paste. After I got the GPU installed I started installing some fittings to figure out my tube runs. I quickly realized that the outlet port on the GPU terminal block is to close to my SSD heatsink on the mobo to use either a 90 fitting or a straight fitting. Even without the heatsink it still does not have enough room to install a tube. I ordered some EK micro 90 fittings to remedy the issue.
It took forever to finish, but Furion is finally completed and reached its final form Furion Prime.