June 22, 2016 AM Updated my previous build (http://pcpartpicker.com/b/Z6kTwP) to use AIO watercooling for both CPU and GPU. To make room for the AIOs, I had to get an external 2-bay HDD enclosure for my 3.5" 2TB drives.
The NZXT Kraken G10 works with my GTX 1080 FE. The Corsair H75 really help to lower temps on my GPU (temps under load lowered by 30C). As for the CPU, temperatures with the Corsair H75 seem only slightly better than the NH-U9S air cooler. (about 10C improvement) I'm only using single 120mm EK Vardar to push each radiator, as there is not enough room for the pull fan in my case.
The slim 92mm fan is a rear exhaust. The regular 92mm fan (from old air cooler) is now on the Kraken G10.
I actually tried the Corsair HG10 980 bracket for the GPU, but it did not seem to work with my video card - it warped my card slightly, and the block and pump doesn't seem to be able to pick up heat from the GPU at all. Had a scary moment where GPU reached 90C+ during a benchmark.
Mostly use this rig for games, and when I take work home (includes 2D and 3D design work)
June 22, 2016 PM edit: I added two slim static pressure fans behind the radiators to help pull air. I ran another stress test, and updated the temperatures. The blue fan enclosure doesn't match though, oh well... Added photo of this new push-pull set up.
July 6, 2016 PM edit: I switched the side fans to exhaust through the rads. Rear slim Noctua is intake. Added bottom rear slim Siilverstone as intake to help cool VRAM / VRM heatsinks. Both the rear and bottom fans have the Noctua quiet adapter cables to help keep noise down. CPU and GPU load temps updated.