Hello everyone! First a huge thanks to the people which believes in me and set their mind for sponsoring this project. Thanks to my friends at Bitspower to sponsor this project Thanks to Nils from Seasonic for sponsoring the PSU for the project. Thanks to Peggy & Hans from Avexir for sponsoring the RAM for the project. Thanks to Mundi from Icemodz which has provided me with bunch of LED's, controllers and sleeving. Thanks to Gavin from Bitfenix UK which has provided me with fans and controllers Thanks to Björn at Nanoxia for sponsoring tubing for this project! Thanks to Michael & Steve from Mayhems for sponsoring some of their awesome coolants Index - Information - Idea (planning) - Hardware - Cooling I've all ways wanted to mod one of those TJ07's, got a hold of one and went straight to the powder coater and got it sprayed in white. The end result was better than expected. Put it all together and flipped the ATX, what I like about that, is that you'll be able to see the actually GPU block (if you're using acrylic block, which I will be) So for the loop, I had one thought. It will all go sideways, so here's my professional Sketch up result haha, you get the idea. The hardware that I will be using for the build: Asus Formula Z97 VII Intel i7 4790K Nvidia (the real) GTX 980 Avexir DDR3 16GB Core Series Red Intel 180GB SSD + 2TB Seagate 7200RPM Seasonic 860W Platinum The watercooling that will go into the loop: Bitspower fittings Bitspower water blocks (CPU, GPU) Bitpower resivoir EK D5 pump + EK D5 pump top EK 480PE Before anything, the Asus Formula IV I had to paint it white I couldn't find any video of it, so for you guys that want to try it your self, here's how I did it. I did 3 layers, thin, remember to do many thin layers instead of 1 thick layer, let it dry for 15-20 minutes and apply a new layer. Watch it here on YouTube End result: The end result went over my expectations, really happy with how it turned out, looks like it was pre done from Asus. Received the EK 480PE radiator, looks really great! Fits just tight in the TJ07. Installed the rad quick with some fans in, just to see how it'd look. And a few LED strips from Icemodz. The best drill money can buy Here we go, fits perfect! Bitspower <3 Time to messeaure out the mid plates Here we go, freshly cut acrylic! No the 5"25 bays has been closed up and I've gotten the mid plate installed. And I really like the Bitspower and Rog logo! Revived the PSU from Seasonic, I must say, the PSU is great, and has the Hybrid function so it's running fanless most of the time. Thank you very much Seasonic! And another package turned op at my door from BitFenix! And some new goodies came in from Nanoxia, all the tubing and some other parts will be used from them! Another package came in, this time Bitspower! Now it's time to start having some fun So......Here goes, loaded up on Red Bull and nothing to do. Let's start out and block the GPU So, now moving into the system and mounting the blocks and GPU! too be continued!!!