Earlier today, ASUS held a special DIY water-cooling workshop for a select number of fans and dealers at its HQ.
The event was led by Irie Ahmad, one of Malaysia's most prominent members of the PC case modding scene. He is also one of the founders of the company Mod'N'Go Design.
Many of the attendees of the workshop were given their own DIY water-cooling components in order to build their own PC. Components such as the motherboard and graphics cards were all provided by ASUS, while other items, such as the casing and water-cooling components, were provided by Thermaltake, one of ASUS' partners.
Even the DDR4 RAM, provided by Geil, has RGB lighting.
Seagate was also one of the sponsors to ASUS' DIY water-cooling workshop.