Glad you like it guys! And Sunreeper, take a look at the main reservoir then;) The one shown is just a silly little filler reservoir.
The motherboard blocks are DONE! And I would like to clear up a few things. There is two blocks sitting on top of the grafic cards, one that will lead flow parralel into the cards, and the other, smaller one, is a connector block to the motherboard South Bridge waterblock that has its in and outlet in between two of the grafic cards, hence why this has to be there (And of course because I think it looks damn awesome!)
Top view of the completed thing. I am awaiting bitspower passtrough connectors So I can get it connected to the motherboard tray.
Another glory shot. This should look really good and clean with the pass troughs and clear tubing. Just need to figure out something smart to get the cables looking good too.
Of color in the cpu block, I am leaning against none transparent white fluid.
But I had to check out my other options too:D
The pump system. There will be four pumps in this build, connected two and two like this.
The rear system will connect with the PSU showoff reservoir.
Which looks like this from the back.
And now for the grand finale, and one of the main features in this build! The 3 kilo dual loop reservoir!
This was an absolute pain to design, and acording to Nate from E22.biz also quite "fun" to mill out.
How it works I cannot explain, but when fluid gets in there you will see:)
A shot from the front of the case. From my knowledge, this is the biggest and most complicated reservoir ever to be put into a computer.
Another closeup of the middle of the res.
And a shot from the bottom chamber that will house one of the loops.
I hope you enjoyd this update! Next up is some hard tubing madness!