This is my signature build. It has a mile long story, and has wandered through a ton of iterations. There is no point trying to explain this design and its origins, as there is far too much to write about. This is not an ordinary mod or design. For almost every thing about this build, I had to develop solutions from scratch, as there is no industry making anything like this. This design is commercially viable and reproducible, two key aspects that kills most of the techniques I find other people use. The main design consist of three main layers Frame Track Cover The design is modular, and can be scaled to fit smaller versions, with less insane cooling. The main modules are Frame Motherboard Cable channel PSU Bottom Covers Top IO Rads Controllers Pump Filters This is a water cooling build. There is no stacking of heat, and airflow is optimal. There is minimal airflow restrictions. The build can be fully filtered as well. At the heart of the cooling, there is a 2880 rad and three D5 pumps in series. The design is highly specialized for filling, bleeding, and draining the loop. People need to understand that if printed on a regular 3D printer, it would take about two full months to print this build: If you print day and night, using one 3D printer the ordinary way. It is possible for a normal man to lift and carry this build. It is a bit on the heavy side, so it is not recommended to to carry it too far at a time. One man can service this build, no need to be two people for maintenance. Main cooling hardware: The frame: This post will be updated regularly.