Well, hello there again. A small Update for you, not much has been happening the last few days as i was busy, but here you go.
I changed a few things about the model:
Changed the 35mm Lian Li case feet for 45mm ones, because i recieved them a few days ago and was surprised how small they look. i also went for a different manufacturer this time, because the lianli ones are basically plastic with a thin piece of aluminium. i went for full aluminium cnc milled this time.
changed the tubing around, because i realized that the gpu block also has a jet plate in it and thus an inlet and an outlet, which were tubed up wrong.
I played with an actual sfx power supply instead of the sfx-l model i had in there. i hope the new corsair 600w one will be quiet, as the silverstone ones seem to be too loud. i also added some cables in the last render, but cables in sketchup are hard to do.
some renders: (the last ones, promise)
Sfx-l vs Sfx: Even without the cables you can't see a whole lot with the sfx-l psu
some ssd shots this time, you can also see the additional cutouts i made.
planned cable routing. ignore the cables going thriugh each other, i couldn't bother to actually bend the cables around each other because even this was a lot of work
bonus shot: the water block i actually want to use. i had trouble finding a model online, so i made it myself from a fury x waterblock and a titan z pcb.
What's left to do now is getting the case manufactured, which will cost around 370€ until it's fully assembled, and get all the watercooling gear and then actually build this thing! i calculated the cost for all the parts neccessary (and i really shouldn't have done that...). this will cost about 1200€, more than i paid for all the hardware of my current pc. and that just to watercool it in a custom case. i'll try and shave some cost off of the watercooling components, but there is not much i can do if i want it to look like this.