I basically just wanted the most radiator surface that I could get "into" one case, so that I would achieve the lowest water temp at lowest possible noise. The only alternative would have been to use external radiators.
So I ended up with eight radiators and 24 fans: 2x480mm + 3x420mm + 1x360mm + 2x280mm.
This allows me to keep the water temps of both loops at a maximum of 30-32°C at an ambient temp of about 22°C with max fan speed of about 900 rpm controlled by the Aquaero 6.
With CPU oc'ed to 5 GHZ allcore staying at 50-60°C while gaming and the 2080ti runs at 2,1GHZ at about 39-40°.
I could have gone with hard tubes, but for now I am happy with these almost glass like looking Masterkleer Tubes. As I am always keeping the water at low temps, I hope that this will avoid the softtubes from blurring too much. In case that I will change them, I will probably go for glass tubes.
I really love the case. The only thing that can be annoying is as it is open frame I can really hear the coil whine of my 2080 ti when not using headphones. But as I usually do, this is not a big issue for me. temps but have a case that is easier to transport as this one just weighs so much that you basically need two people to lift it. Still it is aesthetically very pleasing.