A lot of Aluminum was harmed in the making of this build. Gosumodz Aluminum Case Feet replaced the toaster feet the TU150 has originally.
Cable sewing lighter colored cables is still my favorite.
GTX 980Ti with a GTX 1070 SC cooler installed.
The Aluminum Monster
This is my sister-in-law's computer. I still need to build a custom USB-C front panel adapter to route to the rear I/O but I'll get it done eventually. I also think I'm going to put in some rubber gaskets under the bottom fans since I'm getting a small amount of resonance with them. Reversing the airflow path is better in the TU150 since the PSU pulls air from inside the case. With front intake instead of exhaust, the CPU cooler is fighting the PSU for air. Even if I don't put any dust filters in, It's also easier to clean since the CPU heatsink fan is in pull.
The GPU is a GTX 980Ti with a modified GTX 1070 SC cooler installed. I really wish we could see a return to this style of cooler but with more modern heatsink design. I feel it was EVGA's best looking ever.
I'm also thinking about removing the black silkscreen on the tempered glass panel and replacing it with an aluminum colored one. It's a lot of work, so I'll need some liquid motivation.