Upgraded to a SC reservoir & HL front rad. Also got new fans for top rad
Custom swiftech waterblock (old), different fittings, 2 piece reservoir
Toubabo Koomi is an ongoing project, my only pc right now as I have been sinking all my available funds into it rather than buying a laptop or other desktop pc's. Hopefully that will change but for now I just plan on continually upgrading it to feature the best parts I can afford & will most likely keep it in the 2-tone Caselabs Merlin SM8 case for the forseeable future. With each CPU/motherboard upgrade the colors (tubing, fittings, certain components, etc.) change slightly in an attempt to keep the best aesthetics as possible but ususally some variation of black, red & white.
It has actually come a very long way over the past few years. It started out in a vengeance C70 military green case with a standard cpu air cooler & blower GPU card & has turned into a fully watercooled (including motherboard VRM) pc with a great overclock. I may eventually switch to hard tubing but I actually prefer soft tubing in many ways. A very expensive GPU upgrade is first on the list of upgrades (If Nvidia ever decides to sell them again) and when I can afford something significantly better than my current 980ti K|NGP|N.
There isnt much custom work/mods aside from several holes punched in the reservoir panel mount (used greenlee knockout punch's) to allow air flow from my four gentle typhoon AP29pwm fans to blow freely through the case w/out the res panel obstructing airflow from front to back of case.
I also punched a hole in the bottom of the case & used a bitspower pass-thru fitting to make a drain port coming from the bottom port of my previous Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta (junk) Radiator, unfortunately it sprung a leak around one of the top ports so I went with the reliable Hardware Labs SR2 multiport rad instead until I can find another quality radiator that has a bottom G1/4 drain port.
I also have a second drain port (EK ball valve) connected to the front of the D5 pump top for conveniance when it comes time for a flush & refill.
In a few weeks when Rocket lake hits the market I will be upgrading my cpu & motherboard & possibly my ram if I get the Z590 Apex