French Canadian here, bad english, be kind with me! :)
For my second build, I wanted to try hardline watercooling (Pyrex was my choice of rigid tubing, so shiny with all the LEDs). I saw some very neat computers on some Youtube channels and I wanted one too! I used mostly already purchased parts from my first build.
I know, I don't have the greatest parts (GPU, PSU, MoBo), but for my gaming needs, it's more than enough.
CPU: Sweet 6600K, not overclocked yet.
Cooler: XSPC Raystorm Pro CPU Waterblock, white, LED, and descent cooling. Sold!
MoBo: B150M Mortar Arctic, nice white and black finish, but no overclocking. Sadly.
RAM: 16GB of Crucial Ballistix, matches the Arctic camo of the motherboard.
SSD HDD Combo: Samsung 850 EVO 250G for OS and most games, and 1 TB WD HDD for movies, pictures, work stuff. Both are hidden in the back of the case
GPU: I had a Gigabyte 970 WINDFORCE in my first build. Adding a EK waterblock and backplate, and voilà! Painted the Acetal block in white for the look. Not disappointed!
Case: Usually, the Inwin 303 White case is white on the outside, but mostly black on the inside. After a little paint job, the case was all white.
PSU: Maybe the first part that I'm going to change in this build, if I want to overclock my rig later on, the NZXT won't hold it.
-EK-XRES 140 D5 pump combo was a good choice for the 303 size, but it is a little noisy. Painted the pump top, the reservoir top and the bracket is hidden behind a custom 3D-printed white cover, made on Solidworks. The pump is mounted on the EK-UNI vertical pump bracket, also painted white.
-Bitspower Silver Shining fittings, to match the backplate and to add a little 'bling' to the build.
-Bit Fenix All-White LED fan at 400 RPM, 7 of them are not that noisy. Added some 3D-printed custom white grill to cover the wires.
-2x XSPC EX360 for the rads, already white.
-To drain the system, a ball valve is located near the bottom rad.
-Pyrex tubes. I started with PETG tubing as a template, just to have the right lengths for my Pyrex tubing. Once the loop was finished, I disassembled it and rebuilt it with Pyrex tubings.
It's not the most powerful system, but I love it!