This is my completed red/white microatx build.
CPU- I have the Intel i7-7820x CPU clocked at 4.5ghz with a Bykski copper water block that runs at the low 40's and under full load it runs at high 70s
GPU- The GPU is a Zotac 1080ti with a Bykski FOUR Serial GPU copper Cooling Block. I have it clocked at +150mhz over stock and the memory at +600 over stock.
Ram- 2 8gb corsair vengeance 3200
Drives- For the drives I have a nvme 512 960 pro for the OS, a 1tb ssd for a game drive, and a 6tb 7200rpm hard disk drive for storage and media.
Water cooling loop- I noticed every build that has hard tubing for this case has a top/bottom rad setup. I can see the advantages that setup gives with cooling the components, but I feel its at the cost of pcie slots. So I decided that for me its more important to have access to my pcie slots then to have a 5c temperature drop. In order to do that I need to have a front/top rad setup and that is when the trouble started. To make a long story short I made a lot of compromises. I had to run the rads in a series and not in between the components. On top of all that, I also had to use 15mm slim fans instead of 30mm fans which means I could not use the rgb fans that came with it :(. I also put electrical tape around the fans and rad for a better air flow. I also have my liquid monitored on the front of the case.
I hope you enjoy the build.