Afternoon all. After completing the Hybrid solution for the ASUS GTX 970 Turbo cards In a White/Black and Red theme i'd thought i'd turn my attention to Gigabytes Version of the card- which is primarily Black with Blue. I've kept Alphacool up to date with the Turbo mods and informed them that i'd be doing he same for Gigabytes version (aint gonna lie, almost exactly the same design with the same through of process to Hybrid cool) and they were Kind enough to lend a hand or two GPX blocks - Thus the Black edition concept is born ! Everything will be watercooled in this build unlike the first, which used a Air CPU cooler and AIO unit. Although I will do a shot with an Air Unit installed just for a direct colour contrast to the first Parts List Intel i5 6600k- Recieved[ MSI Z170 Gaming Carbon - Recieved[ SLi Gigabyte GTX 970 Twin Turbo - Ordered Samsung 950 Pro 256GB - Ordered Seagate SSHD 2TB - Recieved[ Corsair Vengeance LPX Blue 2666hz 4x4GB - Recieved[ Super Flower 650W Platinum Black - Ordered PHantek Eclipse P400 - Ordered NZXT Hue+ & Grid+ V2 - Ordered WingBoost 2 140mm Black/Blue x4 - Ordered Received the Alphacool parts today, if my son gives me the chance- i'll get some snap taken Alphacool Parts List NexXxoS XP3 Lite Plexi NexXxoS GPX 970 M11 x2 250 & 150 D5 Eisbecher Alphacool D5 non PWM XT45 120mm ST20 280mm 120mm Susurro Black/Blue 1700 rpm x2 13/10mm Deep Black softtube fittings Managed to take some Shots on the weekend and quickly stitched them together. Some quality maybe lost but will save Individual Pictures for when build happens and finishes Due to Alphacool Sponsoring a full water build, the plan of the Swiftech Unit went out the window and so does the S340 NZXT case, as there won't be enough room between the Rad and the GPU cards. Phanteks P400 case has been chosen as a like for like and just allowed the D5 Pump/Res unit to be installed. With the extra benefits of having two WingBoost 2 140mm Fans on top for Exit and hopefully Push/Pull on the front Rad. All Rads will be drawing in cool air with the top and GPUs expelling.