Over the last 18 months my PC has evolved a few times. Parts upgrades, new cases, more RGB, less RGB, more monitors, less monitors, you name it. I think i've finally got myself settled on a build i'm happy with though, I always wanted a custom loop but I also REALLY liked the idea of an ITX build, so I did both.
Starting with the NZXT H200, the one I bought was black and red but I always had plans for the red. The cable management bar was wrapped in hand stitched chocolate brown leather to match the headband of my AKG K701's and the red fan inlets at the front of the case were painted silver. I was aiming for a really neutral colour scheme, the K701's are white, silver, black and brown and I wanted the case to reflect that.
The CPU and GPU blocks are both EK, the CPU being a Velocity copper block and the GPU being a Thermosphere. The radiators are full copper too, there's a 120mm at the back of the case and a 240mm X-flow at the front, both from Alphacool. I went with an X-flow rad at the front because that allowed a drain valve to be fitted at the base of the case making draining the system easier. The pump is an Alphacool DDC310 with a 150mm reservoir and the fittings are all hard tube Alphacool Eiszapfen chrome fittings and 13mm OD PETG tubing, all bend by hand.
I went with a SFX PSU as this allowed more room in the basement for cable management and to fit a 120mm fan blowing across the passive heatsinks I fitted to the VRM's and RAM on the GPU - unfortunately because the GTX1080 Mini uses a custom PCB there really aren't many water blocks that fit it and those that do have the outlets in the wrong orientation for my build.
The K701's are powered by a Behringer Q802 mixer passing through a Nobsound P10 tube/hybrid amp with a genuine Electro Harmonix 12AU7 tube. Cracking headphones and a cracking little amp, completely changes everything from music to gaming and I couldn't go back to a gaming headset now.
The case has a 5" LCD monitor from Amazon that's designed for a Raspberry Pi but i've repurposed it as a monitoring screen using NZXT CAM, I can see GPU and CPU stats on the fly whilst gaming. I saw the idea on YouTube and for the minimal cost it looks much better than the SSD caddy that normally sits there. It's got USB power and a HDMI cable looped out the back of the case and into the GPU as an extended desktop.
Finally my pride and joy, the Predator X34A monitor. It's honestly just incredible, I bought it second hand for £500 locally thankfully, it's crazy expensive but also so bloody nice to play in 1440p ultrawide with GSync. Love it.