Gigabyte seems to be doing awesome things for water coolers. I saw a review of the Z270X Gaming 8, and it has several headers with 2 or 3 amps, temp sensors so us water fowls can tie our fan curves to liquid temps without needing an overpriced Aquero (finally!), etc. I hope they follow suit on the Ryzen side, and since TTL mentions a temp sensor in this one, it appears they have (needs confirmation though).
Looking forward to your detailed review as usual Guv!
Guts: i7 3820 / Asus Rampage IV Gene / 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum / Zotac GTX 980 x2 / EVGA 1000W PSU / Case Labs M8
Storage: 2x ADATA SX900 256GB SSDs in RAID0 / 2x 3TB in RAID1 / 2x 1TB stand alone
Water Cooling: CPU - Darkside Heatkiller / GPUs - EK 980 / 360 rad x 3 / dual D5 vario pumps