Mostly monochrome; I went with black where possible.
Pardon the dust from the trusty nearly-5-year-old GPU.
You can see reds, greens, and blues from the front, so I guess this wasn't completely RGB-less... Also visible is my hack job on the power button.
I used a 360mm AIO CPU cooler, but the SV590 can technically fit some 420mm radiators at the expense of I/O accessibility.
I'll be covering up the power cord slot by the PCI brackets to prevent recirculation of hot air exhausted by the blower.
With the cover on, it's slightly easier to see the bowing of the side panels. (Even so, it's not nearly as bad as it looks!) Luckily it's unnoticeable in normal use, and you can carefully straighten it out if you feel inclined to.
Even with only 2 screws holding in each SSD, they are surprisingly stable. Still, it would be reassuring to have another bracket on top which I'll have to cut.
All the cabling required for the FTW3 did not want to cooperate with the other occupants, so we had to fall back to the slimmer card.
The GTX 1080 FE looks tiny compared to "modern" video cards and only required a single PCIe power cable.
The keepers of secrets.
Unassuming elegance with zero RGB. It's meant to be a silent workhorse hosting media/file/build servers, able to provide single-threaded performance particularly for the compilation tasks. Kind of looks like a floorstanding speaker.
The CPU cooler is actually an EK-AIO Basic 360 to fit the black theme. [s]It'll be updated in the hardware list once approved.[/s]
The fans are now Thermaltake ToughFan 12s for quieter operation. They may not perform as well as Noctua NF-A12x25s, but they fit the color scheme better.
This build was also originally using a Ryzen 7 5800X until an F13 BIOS release (AGESA 126.96.36.199) destroyed full bifurcation support. I've notified AMD about it. Sliger indicated the riser is by AmeriRack, so they've also been made aware.