Thank you all for the Feature!
For those that have messaged me. The cable components are from Mod-One. Great group of very friendly and helpful people with quality components.
The aluminum Cable management combs are from Nanoxia. Very high quality, and relatively easy to use.
After my first pc build a few years back I got out of PC's for a while with work consuming my time. At the start of 2019, I decided I wanted to get back into it and built Azure. Looking back, not my finest work. I never really liked the color scheme and the parts list was so-so. It wasn't creative and didn't really wow me. It performed great, but it looked like another white box sitting on my desk. A very expensive white box. So after a few months, and looking over what I didn't like, and the things I did, I started to pull together a list of parts and a case that I thought I could really sit down and go after. The end result and my third full PC build lands me here.
"Royal Purple" was the culmination of a substantial amount of learning over the past 7 months. I built Azure, my 8700k 1080ti SLI build in March and quickly figured out what I liked about the build and what I really wanted to improve. My main focus this time around was I wanted to make the computer truly my own. I decided that I wanted to jump into the world of sleeving, which was a massive reward and an equally massive headache but 100% necessary for this case. As you can see, the case is completely exposed you can't really hide anything. Be it excess wire, parts, etc. Everything has to have a home. I also knew that I wanted to have a dark color scheme but with a standout color. Red, Green, and gold have all been done before by people with far more talent than I, so I started looking for a new color. I landed on Purple and couldn't be happier. After that, I knew I was going to need to repaint the case in a uniform black paint since orange and purple will not go well together and it would detract from the other highlights I decided on. On top of the case, I knew I wanted to use Trident Z Royal memory (thus the name). With that as my foundation, I started to build a parts list that I thought would satisfy all my needs. I knew I wanted an ultrawide so 2080ti was a must, the 9900k was always on my list (even with the 3900x release, I had to go intel), and for the motherboard, I wanted to go as high-end as possible, without E-ATX since the case doesn't truly support that size board. (It will, but cable management would have been even more difficult) I ended up with the Gigabyte Aorus Master but when I was looking at the board, EK hadn't released the drop date for the monoblock so I ended up emailing them and finally found the drop date was going to be mid/late July. This project was finished in Mid August, but have not posted for several reasons.
Case: Cougar Conqueror - A pretty unique case when it came out and one with only a few builds on PCPP. And was looking for a challenge.
CPU: i9-9900k - Great CPU with excellent versatility. I got lucky and have mine stable at 5.1 and can easily run at 5.2 but have no need.
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master - Wanted a motherboard I can overclock with and have good stability and power delivery.
GPU: Asus Strix 2080ti OC edition. Solid 2080ti
PSU: EVGA 1300w G2. Strong PSU with more than enough headroom. And I had it from my last build
Ram: Trident Z Royal Ram. Who doesn't love it?
Storage: 500gb Samsung 970evo plus for boot drvie, with a 1tb silicon power nvme for storage.
Monitor: Alienware AW3418dw is an excellent 34inch 1440p ultrawide. Honestly can't recommend this enough.
Cables: I Custom Sleeved these myself. I really enjoyed doing it and it was the only way I could get the clean cable routing with this case. It was my first time doing it, and honestly not very difficult. Just requires some patience.
Full EKWB water loop