This was a fun build to really get in to. Basically, I wanted to do something fun with the Mercury S8 without taking a hacksaw to the thing. Custom sleeved cables, horizontally mounted reservoirs and rads, and a monochromatic look that fit in with the up-and-coming winter months.
While there have been some issues with the build, all of them were worked out. The pumps (dual DDCs in series) push Primchill's opaque white coolant through both GPUs in parallel, then through the radiators. Afterwards, coolant hits the CPU (Phanteks C399A) and then the flow is split into two Singularity Protium 250mm reservoirs that are mounted across the top of the case.
Cable management for the radiator fans comes down the front of the case and gets plugged into an Aquacomputer Splitty9 fan hub, and the front and side intake fans get another Splitty9 which are fed into the Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 LT mounted inside of the case. It also deals with pump controls and monitoring the coolant temperatures in the loop.
All of the fittings are either Bitspower, Barrow, or three Alphacool fittings (didn't have a choice due to running out of fittings). At last count there are around 30 fittings, but it seems watertight for now.
For a few more photos, there's always this.