I managed to pick up a 2080ti on the MM, but it came with a waterblock, which means I have had to give up on my nice, simple AIOs and build a new loop. I currently have: Phanteks Enthoo Pro Mid Tower Case with Window EK Water Blocks EK-DBAY D5 PWM (incl. pump) EK Water Blocks EK-Velocity AMD CPU Water Block - Copper + Plexi EK Water Blocks EK-CoolStream SE 420 (Slim Triple Fan) Radiator The plan is to run it as a single loop, using as clean and simple a tube layout as possible. I am having a hard time working out how to make filling and draining easy (although I plan to do as little maintenance as possible, but we all know how well that works out ) I have done a quick mock up and have this so far: The Bayres has the pump built in with in and out on the back, as well as a fillport on top - how easy is it to fill the system from the bayres, bearing in mind the rad is higher than it? The dead end bottom right is where I was thinking about putting in a drain port - what's the easiest solution to allow easy emptying of the system? I did consider putting the Bayres at the bottom of the case, upside down, and using the fillport as the fill and drain point (just turn the case upside down to fill) - but I'm not sure if it will run properly the wrong way up. Also - I will still have to pick up the fittings - any reason to pay twice as much for the EK-torque STC 10/16 rather than the EK-STC Classics?