Finished product - Dice Flow with dual "Large" expands at 19.3 liters. Specs: RTX 3090, i7-9700K, AsRock Z390 PG ITX/ac, 32GB 3200MHz CL14 RAM, 1TB NVMe, 2TB HDD, Corsair SF750 PSU.
Loop components: Aquacomputer Quadro, powering four Arctic P14s. EK Revo D5 PWM pump, with HWLabs 280mm rad on top and Corsair XR5 280 on bottom. Two temperature sensors (1 inline, 1 in res). EK Supremacy Evo Black with Nickel plated CPU block, EK Classic RTX 3090 RE block for GPU. Combination of EK, Bitspower, and Barrow fittings. RGBpx bundle for lighting.
Top down shot. Still need to do a bit of cable management in the back.
LG CX48 OLED TV as my monitor, wall mounted of course. Gamers Nexus mousepad (GN represent) with KinesisGaming Ergo keyboard with Cherry Blues.
The case when it first arrived, note the peel is still on the front of the acrylic front plate.
She's a beauty, I first posted on the SFF Network thread about this case in May of 2019. It was quite the wait (I received the case in December 2020).
D5 pump mounted to the back of the front plate and it just BARELY fits. It's like the case was designed for it! (Narrator: it was).
That's at most 2mm of space. Also the wires from the pump slide right behind the space between the PSU and the spine so it hides the yucky colored cables.
View from the top, hard to get it in focus but that's the gap between the PSU and the spine from the top down view.
Hmm, PSU cable is the wrong orientation. How am I gonna plug this into the PSU without a bunch of slack in the wrong place?
Behind the PSU again FTW! Note I also ran the two GPU 8-pin power cables here as well, and I ended up shoving a bunch of other cables like power switch and power LED through here too. Note there's also a 2.5" 2TB HDD behind there as well.
The major bits all assembled. Aquacomputer Quadro behind the distro plate for fan and pump control, two temperature sensors (one in the distro plate and another in line after the top radiator). Dual 280 radiators (they are identical, but the bottom is Corsair branded because that's what was in stock) and 4x Arctic P14 PWM PST fans.
Telescoping fitting worked! Basically it's a hardline fitting with tube all in one.
Finally bit the bullet and disassembled the PC to start watercooling it again. I7-9700K on an AsRock Z390 Phantom Gaming ITX/ac. Never felt the need to upgrade to Ryzen or the new Intel chips - for gaming and most everything else 8cores+8threads is fine.
Yeah that J-Hack M2427 definitely would not have fit.
New solution - custom 20cm 24-pin ATX cable from MODDIY. Took way too long to get here and delayed the build quite a lot.
Tube runs done on the CPU side. This is the side you don't see so I didn't bother with the RGB Bling over here.
Here is the GPU side with the RGB set to Unicorn Puke. Hadn't installed Aquasuite at this point. Almost silly how small the RTX 3090 Reference board is (215mm long).
Ah, much better. A E S T H E T I C
I love seeing the water flow through the loop. You can watch the little flow meter at the bottom spin.
Score with no overclocking, just XMP on my RAM (3200 CL14). Will OC soon and update.