This machine is currently far more powerful than I need and I really built it for the experience as this was my first time getting into watercooling and making my own power cables.
I definitely plan on doing it for all of my future builds because I loved the experience, the performance, the temps, and the aesthetics of it all.
I made A LOT of mistakes my first time through, went through probably 20-30ft of spare tubing that I messed up bends on, countless amounts of paracord and wire from botched crimps on the connectors.
My next build I know will be so much better as all of the little things I messed up on this build I have learned from and will make my next build much easier and more detailed.
I only really play CS:GO about 95% of the time and started streaming my ESEA open matches for friends who wanted to watch.
Note: I did end up changing my loop order slightly from my original diagram. Reasons being that the bends were easier to do and it looked better with the order I ended up going with. In the grand scheme of things, the water temperature equalizes as it goes through the loop and my temps might be 1-2C higher at most, so it's really not a big factor for me.
If anyone has any questions, just let me know and I'll try to answer them all :D