First time water cooling, so far its fantastic. Never going back to AIO's. Only rocking a single 240MM EK Coolstream SE with 2x ML120's but system stays pretty cool. I am planning on upgrading the CPU when Zen 2 releases.
The ketchup and mustard cables is unfornutately what;s included with the PSU. PSU is a Delta GPS-850HB-C rated at 80+ Platinum, I'm a big fan of Delta PSU's and it did cost me around $300 AUD to obtain a brand new one. Seasonic, Corsair etc will not even compare with these Delta's IMO.
After some stress testing my max temps on CPU were 65C and 55C on GPU. CPU has been overclocked to 4.1Ghz @1.384V.
EDIT: Mounted a 70mm fan using an EK 90° Pump bracket to blow air at the mobo. Figured it'd help keep the mobo running a bit cooler than a 120mm exhaust would.
Managed to get a pretty decent OC on this chip. 4.1Ghz @1.384V. More than fast enough for everything I do.
Finally an ITX AM4 board that doesn't melt the VRM's at stock clock speeds. For this alone i will give it 5/5 stars.
Decent drive, quick for a 5400RPM. Biggest let down is the extremely aggressive APM settings where it will spin down after just a few seconds of no activity. Thankfully CrystalDiskInfo is able to disable this annoying APM feature.
Cheaper than the GTX 1080 at the time of purchase, ability to transform into a single slot card when waterblocked is a major win for me. Who needs an ancient DVI port anyway?
Really big case for an ITX, over twice as big as my NCASE M1 don't know why NZXT coudnt allow 280MM rad's to fit in the front with how wide the case is. Otherwise case is fantastic, the cable management "Divider" allows easy mounting of water pumps and reservoirs.