My goal with Infinity is to create something new in the world of casemodding. Something I have never seen before. The case I will be modding is the Corsair 460X. The Motherboard will be rotated and placed in the front of the case to allow the GPU to be shown through the front glass-panel. There will be a custom liquid cooling loop, custom milled cable combs, RGB Fans/LEDs, New Motherboard backplate and a aluminium PSU shroud. Nothing you haven't seen before. The back and top of the case will be a whole different story however. All I will say for now is that it involves milled acrylic and UV-lights. I wont be more specific at this time. I am sure you will figure out what I have in mind soon enough. Lets start of with a component list. Hardware: CPU: TBA GPU: MSI 1070 Seahawk EK X Motherboard: MSI B350M Bazooka Case: Corsair 460X PSU: Corsair RM650x Cables: Corsair Premium Individually Sleeved RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB SSD: Corsair Force LE200 Fans: Corsair HD120 Fan-control: Corsair Commander Pro LED: Corsair RBG LED kit Liquid cooling: Pump: EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM Radiator: EK-CoolStream PE 240 Reservoir: EK-RES X4 250 Fluid: EK-CryoFuel Navy Blue Premix CUP-Block: EK-Supremacy EVO AMD Fittings: EK Black Nickel Pipes: EK-HD Tube 10/12mm Before I get this build log started with actual modding I want to go over the components and give a quick note as to why they where selected. MSI GTX 1070 Sea hawk EK X. In this mod with the GPU clearly visible in the front of the case this will be a real eye catcher. MSI B350M Bazooka. A mATX motherboard with a black and white colour scheme. Perfect for this mod! Corsair 460X. The case I will be modding. Glass and steel in all its glory, lets cut it up! Corsair RM650x and Corsair individually sleeved cables in white and black. All good mods need a good PSU and beautiful cables to go with the motherboard. Corsair Force LE200 and 4x8GB Vengeance RGB memory. RGB, who can resist? Corsair HD120, Commander pro and LED-strip kit. Lets just say that some of these fans and LED-strips will be used in a way that's not the most conventional. EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM pump and EK-CoolStream PE 240. In a mod with a lot of sharp angles this round pump will provide a welcome break. The Radiator is a good balance between cooling efficiency and thickness. EK-RES X4 250. In the planning stage of this mod I was afraid that the case would feel empty because of the layout I chose. With this reservoir that's not an issue any more. EK-CryoFuel Navy Blue Premix. Without this UV reactive fluid the back of this case wont be the same. EK-Supremacy EVO AMD - Plexi. A CPU-block with an acrylic top and UV reactive fluid, what can go wrong? EK Black Nickel Fittings and EK-HD Tube 10/12mm. With the use of UV-lights and reactive fluid I wanted the fittings to be a bit more discrete. I didn't want the full mirror effect of ordinary nickel fittings but still some shine and thus the black fittings where ruled out too. These black nickel fittings is a good middle ground with some shine and a discrete grey tone. Finally a big shout out to my sponsors Corsair, EKWB and MSI for helping out with hardware.