To view this case mod, go here. Specs: AMD Phenom II 920 @ 3.5GHz (1.47v) MSI K9A2 Platinum 790FX v1.0 G.Skill DDRII 800MHz @ 1000MHz - 4x1GB XFX GTX260 Black Edition Acer AL2016W 20" Widescreen LCD Thermaltake PurePower RX 600W Modular PSU Noctua NF-B9 92mm Fan (Lower intake for video card) Noctua NF-S12 120mm Fan (Radiator) Noctua NF-S12 120mm Fan (Radiator) Antec TriSpeed 120mm Fan (Radiator) Scythe 100mm Fan (Memory cooling) Swiftec MCR320-Res Radiator D-Tek Fuzion II CPU Block D-Tek DB-1 Pump D-Tek 1/2 Inch Fittings 7/16in Inner Diameter | 5/8in Outter Diameter Tubing Western Digital 74GB Raptor HD Seagate Barracuda 320GB HD Logisys White Cathodes Samsung DL DVD-RW+/- HEC Black Steel Case Razer Lycosa Keyboard Razer DeathAdder Mouse Razer eXactMat Mouse Pad Creative X-Fi Xtreme Gamer Sound Card Senhessier HD485 Head Phones Logitech USB Mic Creative 2.1 Speaker Setup Mods: Painted the inside of the case a semi-gloss black to match the exterior. Installed a side panel window using Lowe's plexiglass. For edge trimming I used Autozone's edge trimming for cars. Dremeled out sections on the motherboard tray for better cable management. Dremeled out the front and rear stock fan grills for better airflow. Dremeled out the majority of the hard drive slots to free up unused space. Dremeled out a 92mm fan hole for an intake fan on the bottom of the case. Used Lowe's provided screws and washers to mount the hard drives in the optical bays and the radiator on the back of the case. The HD's were mounted backwards for better cable management. Installed foam on both side panels. Finally, wheels were added to give clearance for the lower fan and pump screws. At 3.5GHz (1.47v) I've achieved a 700MHz overclock on the CPU, 200MHz overclock on the memory, 450MHz overclock on the HT Link and 450MHz overclock on the NB. My idle temps range from 30-35c and my full load temp is 45-47c. During testing yesterday it was 76F in my house so 30-35c is a fairly good idle temp IMO. I'm still testing my max 100% (Prime95 and OCCT) stable overclock, I'm hoping for 3.7 or 3.8GHz MAX. Overall I'm pretty satisfied with the water setup.