I just moved into a new house and took it as an opportunity to do some updates to by existing build and put it in an official "battlestation" where it belongs.
As you can see from some of the pictures, I had two 980Ti's when I originally put things together 3 years ago. I never got around to posting it here at the time, but if you've got any questions about how I set up the loop/designed things inside the case, I'm happy to answer in the comments. A word to those looking to do a custom loop with hard tubing: buy plenty of extra tubing, you'll need it. I probably went through double of what I actually needed; gotta get those angles right! At the time, the SLI setup worked like a charm and I could drive just about any game at full settings and 100hz even on the ultrawide. But with most games moving away from out of the box SLI support, that was getting increasingly more difficult to achieve. So I swapped them out for an RTX 2080 and updated my loop to accommodate the change. The change not only provided a noticeable in-game performance boost but also dropped my loop's overall load temp about 10° C (only one card to cool/producing heat). I threw in an M.2 drive as well, but other than that, everything is the same from before.
Shout out to my awesome wife for designing and building the desk, getting the artwork, and the 3D printed Xbox controller art with my OG Xbox gamertag on it. With the desk in place and in true battlestation fashion, I mounted the monitor, got a TV to mount above it a second screen/for the Xbox/PS4/Switch, and added an RGB strip for the dank underglow.
Couldn't be happier with how things turned out. The best part about getting older is being able to afford a place where you never have to grow up.