There is way to much to explain about this build, so anybody who wants to know exactly how I built this, I kept a build log on a forum called overclock.net, here's the link: http://www.overclock.net/t/1399480/build-log-magnum-watercooled-350d-haswell-build#post_20160092
There is also a COMPLETE list of all parts (Watercooling, Components, Sleeving, Accessories) on the first post of the build log. If anybody has additional question, I would be more than pleased to answer them in the comments below, or in a PM. This was loads of fun, and my third build ever, first water cooled build! I think it turned out pretty well! Thanks for looking!
UPDATE: More pics up of behind the scenes of Magnum, and the process of building it! Also I put a mild 24/7 overclock on it and it's remaining rock solid at 1.2V!
Update 2/19/14: It's been running solid for almost half a year now, still good as new!!! I'm planning on getting a new 2560x1440 IPS Korean Monitor for it in the fall, or sooner if I don't end up doing my next project I'm saving up for that will happen this summer. So yesterday night, I had a night of overclocking with this beast. It was quite a nice, still night, hovering around 3.3 Celsius, so I threw open my windows, turned off my bedrooms heater, removed the side panel, and cranked the fans all up to full blast!!! At stock speeds, the coolest cores were down to 11 degrees Celsius, which even impressed me!!! I brought it to 4.5 immedeatly, which it handled fine, than 4.8, which took a couple tweaks and crashes before I got it to boot up, and then took it to 4.9, yet I couldn't quite hit 5 GHz. I have a feeling I will some day, but my hands were getting numb in the room, since my room was 12.8 degrees Celsius. I put up a new pic at the end of all of them. It shows all of my records I took during the night. Also, here is a link verifying my computer hit 4.9GHz: http://valid.canardpc.com/d9nt6x Overall, I had a ton of fun!!!!