It is currently a work in progress. I am in the middle of ordering custom loop watercooling parts. As soon as they arrive i will be taking it apart and adding those in, which will consist of gpu, cpu, and mobo. Before I add in the watercooling I will be painting the Thermal Armor on the board to a white colour. After that im going to be attaching the watercooling and putting a pastel green fluid in. Im trying to stick with green and white color scheme but i want the computer parts to be white and the watercooling parts to be green. Its mainly used for gaming and I know that its overkill, but I just graduated school and I wanted to make a nice gift for myself. I will be adding more pictures as the build continues and I will add the watercooling parts to the list once it is complete. Sorry for the bad pictures, i dont own a camera so i have to use my phone
Edit: finally got around to painting the thermal armor. the watercooling parts are still being ordered so more updates will come as i receive them.
Edit: water cooling parts have arrived, will take pictures and upload in the next few days.
Edit: had some issues, no longer able to use the NZXT H440, it was just too small to fit my res/pump combo in it. Also, ignore the makeshift sli and chipset configuration, my bridge was too short so i had to do this until my new bridge comes in. Am currently running it with distilled water with a cleaner in it to clean out the oils and debris from the parts. when flushing is done i will be putting in the EK Lime green fluid. Also, on the order list no wis some UV LED strips. and i think i am going to add a 2nd loop instead of having everything run off of one loop now.
Edit: Just a heads up to anyone looking at these waterblocks for these cards, they are meant for the reference design, the MSI twinfrozr is not reference. i had to bend connectors and cut plastic for the power light for the light strips to work. and the fit with the power connectors for the 8and6pin are squished a bit. also had to file down the IO port shield so the the block would sit flush on the card.