Hello everyone, glad to join the community with my first watercooled FormD T1

Hi everyone,

my name is Christopher and thanks for being part of this vivid SFF community.

I started my first SFF built in 2012 with a Sugo SG05 with a Intel 3570K cooled by Prolimatech Samuel 17 and PowerColor 7870 GPU.
Back in 2016 I switched to a DAN A4 SFX with Intel 7700K, MSI 1070 GPU and Cryorig C7 at first and then Alphenföhn Blackridge Cooler.

Then last year I decided to update to the FormD T1 case with my first custom water loop.
Without the many helpful posts and presented builds it would not be possible to finish my current build.

It consists of the following components, among others:

  • FormD T1 V1.1 Case
  • Asus ROG Strix B550-I Gaming
  • AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
  • Gainward Phoenix 3080 TI
  • Samsung 980 Pro 1TB SSD
  • Corsair SF750 Plat
  • 2x32GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3600
  • Aquanaut Nouvolo CPU/Pump Water Block
  • EKWB EK-DDC 3.2 PWM Pump
  • EK ZMT 16/10 tubing
  • Koolance HX-CU420 120mm radiator
  • Koolance QDC3 fittings
  • Aquacomputer Quadro
  • Aquacomputer temp sensor
  • 2x Noctua NF-A12x25 fans
  • custom made cables from pslatecustoms
  • a lot of different Bitspower fittings

I hope reading the list is not so tiresome.

However, until now I haven't registered yet to this forum. But now I have decided to participate to support others who might struggle
in building a SFF case with for example a custom loop.

Here are some impressions of my current build finished in last august.

Any comments are welcome.

Best regards,


Lord of the Boards
SFFn Staff
Gold Supporter
May 9, 2015
Welcome to the forum ! Nice and tight build you have there !

Be sure to read up on the terms and rules of the forum. Mainly for buying and selling or other commercial activity on the forum as the access is limited and the rules are strictly enforced.

As a new user you're probably not able to edit posts or links just yet, so if a substantial error was made, click the Report-button in the post.

Hope to see you around, enjoy the wonderful world of SFF !