Tore apart my last build to try custom water-cooling in a new case. I'm pretty happy with the results. Build time was about 12 hours including time spent dismantling the previous system.
The PC-O8 is easily one of the most beautiful cases I have ever seen but it has some issues. It was difficult to get the 360mm rad in the rear even though Lian Li claims it will fit one. The screw holes do not line up with the fans in the front so I ended up wedging mine in place with foam. There are not any spots specifically designed to mount a pump or a res so I had to drill through the bottom of the case for mine. There is almost no room to route cables behind the rad or drive cage, even though there are grommets there.
The RGB lighting is a nice thing for Lian Li to include, although I wish the strips were a little shorter to match the height of the case.
I have been able to push this to 4.5 GHz without any issues.
Bought this refurbished. Onboard sound and a couple fan headers failed less than a year in. I sent it into Asus for repairs and took them almost a month but it works great now.
Beautiful card. Asus should have given the option to enable a 0 RPM fan mode for when it is on water.
Pretty, but with lots of design oversight. This case could be 5/5 if Lian Li would implement some very minor changes.
Optional braided cables look great.