R00theadHave you considered putting the pc on a shelf to clear up some desk space? Seems a bit cramped from the original photos.
driamI was just going to suggest the same idea. You could in the green place a high CFM fan like a Noctua industrial fan, and switch the GPU to pull from the case. If you are feeling very adventurous you could cut a clean hole into the side panel, mount another fan to directly draw in air to the center of the case. Looks good so far! You can not go wrong with Noctua industrial fans. I have 12 of them on my radiators and they are very silent.... not at 100% but most of the time lol. https://noctua.at/en/products/fan/industrial
mizzer The air from the GPU rad is too spicy.
Nike_7688This is another "simple" project that isn't so simple...but I do like it, and I think it might just be worth it.
Apollo1321I will only use KPx, still the best paste I have ever used. Always consistent, but then again I also always spread it out myself that way I know its pretty much even every time. But that also stems from doing LN2. I see your using the optimus block, I have the nickel/plexi, And my god I love it. The only thing is the mounting isn't fool proof. So I just set the block down on the cpu, then press down on the block in the middle between the two fittings. Spin the thumb screws down until they stop spinning on their own. Once all four have down that, start to snug them 1/4 turn at a time in a cross pattern. Do that till your block can no longer move/spin on top of the cpu. I have almost perfect mounts every time doing it that way, just a suggestion for you :) Your build is looking good! I did a complete rebuild of my 9900k and 2080 Ti water loop and added a 3rd 360 rad due to a slime type growth in everything. But of course I failed in completely cleaning out and killing the growth in the radiators so it all came back. But instead of trying to clean the rads, I'm going to just have to buy 3 new ones, sigh.
B0baganooshCPU block came in: