I'll be building pc with custom water cooling loop.
So far I have:
2x8GB DDR4 Kingston memory sticks,
MSI Z390 Gaming Edge AC,
R9 390 + Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV (I'll be swapping for 2070 this year later...),
SSD, SSHD, etc...
I have chosen components for loop and others: Case: Fractal Design Meshify S2 (max: 3x 140mm for fans on top (there will go rad), 1x rear 140mm, 3x 140mm, bottom 2x 140mm) (9-fan support) Radiator + fans for rad: Thermaltake Pacific CL420 Radiator + Pure Plus 14 RGB (3-pack) (140mm) Case fans: Pure Plus 14 RGB (3-pack) (140mm) ---- (I will later buy 1 more pack of these fans to fit all positions for fans) Res/pump combo: Pacific PR22-D5 Plus --- a lot of ppl sayin that I should go for normal combo, not RGB, but it looks sick, right? I am upgrading 1time/per 2-3years so I wanna have it cool, should I take it? And someone said that I should not take that high reservoir (310mm), idk then... CPU Block: Thermaltake Pacific W5G GPU Block: Pacific V-RTX 2070 Plus - for that 2070 which I'll buy later... Tubing: V-Tubler 4T (19mm) or 3T (16mm) - yeah it's soft, don't blame me I am begginer so I don't have any stuff and experience for mounting hard tubes... Fittings: Still I dunno which should I take for compatibility Coolant: some clear Thermaltake 1000ml
Every RGB component will go to the Thermaltake Premium Sync Controller and controller will go to motherboard and then I should be able to control everything in Mystic Light software. I would take EKWB components, but they don't have components with ARGB (5V) stuff, just RGB (12V). Everything RGB what I have chosen from TT should be ARGB (5V).
So what do you think? Are they fine components? Should I swap something? And please can you help me choosing these fittings and tubing?