Let's start building! Big update! In short, let's just start building this thing! I'm sure that along the way I'll find bits and pieces that are missing or need to be reworked. But for now it's a bit of a mess and I want to see if I can get all of it together! It's exciting tho! Because now I can see it truly come together. I'll start with some cables that were in dire need of cablecombs. I would say that the cables are just a bit too thin for epic results but I'm really happy with where I can take this. The cables were provided by bequiet! For which I thank them! I'll be routing the 24 pins behind the motherboard. With enough struggles I managed to create just enough space for them to go through! Really happy with that since I don't want them to be too much in front of the screen. Next I spend time painting the parts of the case, which came out horrible for the most parts that you won't see. I had some strange paint, which did NOT fill up any sanding lines and made the entire apartment block smell bad (I painted in the basement). Luckily the back panel came out great. Let's fill this case up! Starting with the parts in the bottom. There's pretty much one way so that everything fits. Little cable fits nicely. First bump, had to cut out a piece of this thing so that the cables would fit. Fit these old badboys in there. (I will hopefully soon swap them out for a SSD) Isn't that a beautiful sight! Installed front rad. I love that everything is black now. Blacked out the fans. Pump goes there. Fits just right and I can still reach the valve from the backside of the case. And mounted the top radiator. Here you can see some of the scratches in the paint. Want to put those pipes in before the midplate! Otherwise there's no way I can put them in. And now the paintjob becomes really obvious. I had to fix this so I asked my good buddy Tim aka Dutch Lion Customising for advice and he simply said, black vinyl. I went for it and it looks super good! Really happy with that result. With vinyl. And got that in! Can't do anything underneath anymore now.. Fitting the GPU cables through the holes. They will need cablecombs at some point, I'll get to that in another update. You can also see how the 24 pin cables go in this shot. Alright, time for some hardware! I'm really happy with how this is turning out! But wait, there's more! A little preview perhaps? I couldn't resist! Anyways, next step would be adding the watercooling pipes, fixing some of the cables etc. etc. Let me know what you think! Thanks for reading as always!