Hello - Recently received my two-tone Black/silver FormDT1 in time for the Zen 3 and RTX 3000 launch...but acquiring (at least the 3080) hasn't gone quite to plan so i thought i would wait out the storm and do a hard-line loop with my 5700XT and Ryzen CPU (temp one yet to be acquired). Plenty of users on the r/FormD have demonstrated both hardline / soft-line tubing in the T1, even a few of our own OCAU members have some nice builds in it - so nothing too new or revolutionary just a bit of fun for lockdown. My current proposed parts list: Case: FormDT1 Two Tone Black/silver CPU: GPU: 5700XT Asus reference with EK-WB. PSU: SF750 Platinum with Braided cables RAM: 2x8GB 3200C16 LPX. Mobo: Asus Strix X570i CPU block: AMD Nickel/Acetal dRGB Quantum Magnitude Tubing: PETG EKWB 12mm OD hardline tubing Fittings: (1) EK Torque 90 Angled Rotary (2) EK Quantum Torque HDC 12 Extenders (3) EK-AF Angled (4) EK Angled 90 Classic Radiator: TX240 Ultrathin (20mm height) Fans: 2x Noctua NF-A12x15 Chromax Pump/Res : DC-LT 3600 with Alphacool Eisstation DC-LT 40 reservoir (for now - already planning Byski Magic cube with EK DDC 3.2 PWM) Storage: 2x 500gb 970 NVME drives Some parts are yet to be ordered / arrive but i have received enough to start planning out my loop flow. Given its a such a small loop - i don't believe the order matters too much. I will be running PUMP -> GPU -> CPU -> RAD -> PUMP purely out of convenience for the fittings. The TX240 ports are quite wide compared to my other option (EK SE Classic), allowing in the IN ports of the DC-LT 40 res to line up more conveniently with the TX240. As above - my proposed loop. Quick Key for under Fittings listed above: Torq = (1), HDC = (2), FF90 = (3), EK90 = (4), white = 12mm OD Hardline Tubing. The gap between PSU/Motherboard measured 14mm so 12mm OD should squeeze through. A few other builds have included angled adapters at every bend but i think that looks a bit clunky - Prefer to attempt dual 90 bends before resorting to sequential fittings. Regarding height of CPU block and Fittings, the Quantum magnitude and Torque fittings come out at 50.7mm tall which should close with side-panel but may produce a small bulge. Still on the fence with this one - largely because the magnitude is $120-150 more expensive then the velocity for 3-4 degrees cooler. Only reason i am still considering it is because 1) I love the aesthetic of it, 2) Im hoping for a dual radiator T1 in the near future and would rather spend the extra $$ on a block that is 2mm shorter...That logic however would demand i consider the Heatkiller IV pro, coming in at 17mm and a fair bit cheaper. Ultimately - the decision appears to be aesthetically driven at this point... Anyway - Ill keep updating this post as i get around to it! This project is mostly for fun, first time experimenting with both hardline in SFF.