Alright thanks man appreciate the response.
What inbuilt fan you speaking of? Also what is that item that shows the pc Temps in the case, also the asus logo in your picture (if it's placed in your pc). Looks amazing great job. I just built mine today and base cpu Temps without doing anything other than bios and updating drivers was around 63-65 c and I think that's way too high for non-load. I even bought three fans and added that while keeping the stock fans so it's kinda worrying me (running Ryzen 2700x).thanks!
Great job. It shows everything was planned and created right down to the smallest detail. The colors are beautiful. and that desk is a d esk I been looking for to replace my current desk. amazing.
If you dont mind me asking, I calculated the cost of the pieces you had for the custom loop and looks like it was around $400ish, does that sound right? I wanted to do a custom loop so bad (never done one before) but decided I might just get an AIO. But then I saw this and now back to considering doing a custom loop. First I gotta decide on a processor though lol (wanted the 8700k but the price increased close to 100 dollars when I saw it was for $300 at micro center last week, but its either that or 2700X i am considering). If you can let me know how much the custom loop factored into the price of the build, that will finalize my decision on what to do. I have the Phanteks Evolv X and its such a beauty and deserves the best :D.
Can I ask why you did not stick with the stock cooler that came with the 2700x (the prism rgb)? I ask because I am in the process of building my first AMD and getting the 2700x, just not sure if I should stick with the stock cooler or get an AIO. I know this CPU runs a lot hotter than the 8700k and that one needed an AIO for the most part.