Hi guys At the moment I'm working on a custom, watercooled desk PC. The theme will be black with copper accents like the watercooling pipes and other components. I've already started with making the desk and buying the components. It's a slow but steady work in progress. I thought I'd share some sketchup images of the project with you, together with some build log photo's. PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Parts list: Components i7 6700k EVGA gtx 1080 SC ASROCK Z170 Extreme 7+ 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 3200MHz Corsair RM850i (Will make custom cables myself) Samsung 850 EVO (I've not decided on how much storage and how many drives) (Water)cooling EK FC-1080 (The 1070 version doesn't have a copper version) EK Supremacy EVO Copper/plexi EK-res X3 400 Alphacool NexXos UT60 radiator Alphacool VPP655 PWM + Eisdecke D5 plexi Corsair SP120 fans Nanoxia Coolforce CF1 fittings This is the top-view of the model, as you can see not all the parts are added in the sketchup model because that would be too much work. It's just to get an idea of the model. As I already stated, the desk will be black with copper accents. Here are some pictures of the progress of the desk itself. Started with cutting the base of the desk. Assembling the outside of the desk Complete base of the desk finished! Gluing some wooden parts together for more strength. The part in the back is made so that the air coming out of the PSU won't enter the cable management space. Cutting a hole in the back for the exhaust of the psu. Cable management space is finished. Next thing will be to buy and cut the plastic tubes for the cable management. After that I'll position all the PC parts where they need to go and drill holes where I need to. Here I've drilled holes where the plastic tubes for the cable management will go through. After some (a lot) of filing because I didn't have the right sized saw tool, it seems like a perfect fit! Test fitted where the mobo and gpu will go, this seems like a good division of the space. After the test fitting I marked off the rear I/O and cut a space where all the connectors will go through. This space will need to be adjusted in height once the standoffs are installed. Now it's time to attach the middle board to the base. This will be glued in place aswell if everything is finished and ready to paint. I also made some mounting points for the psu. This is how it will be, psu (hot) air will be exhausted out the back of the desk. Next I marked the holes for the mounting points of the mobo and drilled holes (not through the whole thickness of the base, just for some ''screws'' that have a thread inside. Next, time to screw in the standoffs. That's it for this update. I don't have a lot of time on my hands to work on this but I'll do my best to keep updating it regularly! Please let me know what you think. I know it's hard to imagine how it will turn out. If someone's interested in the sketchup file, let me know.