The pump is noisy and the **** heads to hold the distro plate in to desired spot on the motherboard wall of the case are too small and will need washers. Check the seal around the pump it came in very loose. Not a bad idea to add an anti vibration pad between the wall and plate. Other than those it looks great just noisy. Pump has lot of power. Rgb work well and bright
The backplate screws are nickel so if you have a black plate, which I am sure you do this is a mismatch. And no, bykski does not make silver or nickel backplates.
So there is a compression inconsistency. Tested with factory cut and personally checked smooth level 14/16 mm petg rigid tube ends. Some fittings will have a solid snug fit and resistance when threading the ferrule cap and can turn about 270° after the initial resistance to achieve a tight secure fit. Other will meet the end of thread distance without any resistance (unable to compresss the o-ring inside cap) and will achieve a tightness that gravity can remove the tube from the fitting. I have swapped o-rings between the fittings, and swapped the fitting body, and the ferrule caps. The only variable seems to be the caps. I'm not sure if it's the threading that is offset or the ferrule angle/distance that is offset, but there is a substantial inconsistency. Looks great though, and the g 1/4 threading is spot on.
Bykski Full Coverage GPU Water Block and Backplate for Gigabyte RTX 3070 (N-GV3070GMOC-X)
Used this with another fitting to make my drain loop. No issues and after my first water cooling loop I added a plastic/rubber jawed pliers to keep from scratching the finish.