Dimidium | A Build in Two Parts Hello bit-tech! I have come here to (hopefully) redeem myself. Several years ago, I finished my current PC build, a very lightly modded system that has been, uh, how to say this...disappointing. Unfortunately, while crudely drilling a hole in the top of my case for a fill port, I left the reservoir of the watercooling loop open and lots of steel chips got in, promptly infecting my loop with rust, longstanding corrosion problems, and dumpster-tier temperatures. Rookie mistake, I know . With the sad backstory over with, it's time to show off my extremely over-engineered solution to the aforementioned problems: Dimidium. The build will be separated into two halves: one with all the main components like the CPU, GPU, etc. while the other will contain the radiators and the PSU, along with any RGB hubs or extraneous cables.The wood used here is American walnut, while the other panels (that aren't distribution plates) are aluminum. The build is just barely too big to hit the magic sub-20L size requirement for true SFF. Oh well, I just want something vaguely small anyways. The entire thing will be milled using a cnc router I mostly built in my 1 bedroom college apartment so this should be... interesting. Specs: CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6900xt (XFX Speedster Merc 319 Black to be specific) Motherboard: Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Impact RAM/Memory: 32Gb Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB, 3200MHz PSU: Corsair SF750 Storage: A 512Gb M.2 SSD and a 1TB M.2 SSD salvaged from my current build Corsair LL120 fans (x4) Watercooling Hardware: Hardwarelabs Nemesis 240GTS (x2) Bitspower Crosshair VIII Impact monoblock Alphacool Eisblock Aurora Acryl GPX-A Merc 319 waterblock Bitspower's 12mm OD chrome plated brass tubing Bitspower Premium 12mm hex fittings (mostly) Stay tuned, the build is already well under way !