Water Cooled Gaming PC with 2 240mm radiators and a D5 pump/res combo cooling both the CPU and GPU.
Build is completed, just waiting on a Phanteks Fan Hub to have greater control over the 5 fans, since the CPU motherboard header does not have support for controlling 3-pin fans.
Water Cooling parts list: Alphacool D5 Vario pump, Alphacool ST30 240mm radiators x2, Koolance COV-RP450 pump top with integrated 80mm reservoir, XSPC Raystorm CPU block, Alphacool GPX 970 M01 GPU full cover block
Fantastic case with great aesthetics and extremely flexible utility. The only reason I took a star off is because the power LED shipped not working, and, more importantly, the advertised 240mm radiator compatibility in the front is mediocre at best. For most using one radiator on the top, this won't be an issue and will be a fantastic case, but some creativity is needed to fit the front radiator.
In my build, since I chose to use a pump/reservoir combo, I needed the utility mid-plate in order to fit, however with the radiator mounted behind the front fans, the mid-plate would not fit. I had to move the radiator to the outside (still filtered and covered) and mount the fans in pull in order to use the utility plate. With slight modification this could be avoided but was probably the most brain-taxing portion of the build.
Even though it is a mini-ITX case, the interior is cavernous compared to some of the other cases in this market (specifically the EVGA Hadron Air, which I had previously used), but the trade-off is flexibility without modification.
Also of note: prior to water cooling, I had used a Noctua NH-D14 for CPU cooling and it fit quite comfortably.