EVGA's SR2 motherboard is legend in it's own right, namely due to the fact that so much water-cooled gear is available for it allowing you make a monstrous system that has equally mental cooling. Despite the fact the board is two years old, forum user B NEGATIVE has still seen fit to have it at the heart of his project, simply called SR2 Build.
Housing all the hardware is an LD Cooling V8 case sporting a huge amount of room for numerous radiators and the like - exactly what B NEGATIVE's hardware will need. As well as chrome Laing D5 pump tops, and huge radiators, B NEGATIVE has used chrome-plated copper tubing with push-fit barbs. We haven't had great experiences with the latter in the past but the metal tubing should drastically reduce the chance of leaks that were usually caused by plastic tubing collapsing in the fitting when bent.
The project is still far from finished so head over to the project log to catch more eye candy.