Update from 02 Jun
Since I didn't get a chance to update last night before bed, I will do so now during lunch. Got all the tubing run for both chambers, got the pumps installed, finished the SLI bridges and other small stuff. Had to do some wiggling around with the front flex bay 360 rad, but got everything lined up and tightened down. No issues running the soft tubing underneath either. Started with some of the cable running as well. Bought some plastic cable mounts with the 3M backings to make everything look real nice. The pumps came out nice as well. Only thing to do on those is hook up the 3 pin RPM sensors to the MOBO for speedfan to monitor. (im pretty sure it can, never tried tho). Got all the fans hooked up as well to the MOBO. Each set of fans is hooked up to a header per radiator, so used some fan cable splitters. This way I can monitor and adjust the whole radiator as a whole.
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Replaced the M2F adapter on the 90 Degree, and installed the M2M adapters on front 360 rad. I gotta remember to keep cleaning this midplate. All the junk and dust from installing stuff keeps sitting on it. LOL. Im even still finding slivers from drilling and that was days ago, and the midplate was out.
Finished up the SLI bridging. Measuring and cutting those small sections of piping was a pain to make sure of no leaks.
Got all the SSD/HDD SATA cables hooked up, and all the fan cables hooked up and ran. That is also the 4+4 EPS cable extension in there as well. Still have to run the other power and extension cables.
Soft tubing and pumps installed under neath. That long tube from the top wont sit out like that, it actually tucks inside the chassis. Wanted flexibility on that one for PSU or if i needed to pull stuff in and out.
And here is the final shot of the night. Things are coming together. Next up is leak testing the loops with DW and cleaner, then once we are G2G on that one, Ill drain and fill them with the Mayhems. Then the final PSU cable installs and other small adjustments and it will be ready to fire up!