So, when I put my Phanteks Enthoo Primo together last year, it was a completely rushed process. Shipping issues and deadlines didn't give me the opportunity to have the case before I ordered components for the loop, I had to do it totally blind. The results weren't awful....but certainly weren't stellar. There were two issues I absolutely hated - the route from the pump to the first rad, and the route from the res back to the pump. I also wasn't overjoyed with the way the UV was working....I wanted a subtle effect that I just wasn't getting.
Since it was time for maintenance, I decided to clean up a bit, and it seemed like a good time to try out the new Swiftech blocks. First, a drain coming off the lowest port of the lowest rad is always nice to have:
A couple of 90 degrees and the return from the res rides right long the shelf below the MB and disappears:
Overall, a much cleaner look using a few angles:
And some moves of the lighting to get the UV effect more subtle:
The Primo is incredible to work in, probably more possibilities than any other case out there.