Figured I'd share with everyone on TPU the ignorance in my latest project. Would give pictures but can't find the charger to my camera. So,,,lets paint a picture. Lian LI PC-A20A case Intel 975 bad axe 2 Q6600 G0 2x 3870's 2 gigs of patriot 3 raptors-the origionals 1 500 gig storage drive PCP&C 860w psu 10 feet of alunimum pipe 1/2" OD 3/8 ID 10 feet of pvc clear tubing from lows- This is the start of my mistake 1x danger den black ice extream radiator koolance pump and resivor for the 5 1/4" drive pay-- I love this unit. it rocks So i custom bent the alunimum tubing and sleaved it with the clear pvc CRAP, and installed in the system. filled the system with Koolance water. Other mistake... this stuff is conductive. leaked checked good so I slide the mobo tray into place and connected everything. started the computer ran great for an hour then, O shit it leaked. Down from the cpu block onto the north bridge down to the video cards and into the case. fried my board but everything else is ok. Now that I have to order a new board I felt that it was a good opurtunity to up date the hard drives and operating system since every thing is now lost as it was a raid 0 config. So I just ordered the Intel x48 mobo, 4 gigs of munshkin 1600mhz mem 2x2 gigs. 2x velociraptors and vista x64 ultimate was running vista premium 32bit. went to performance pcs and ordered the right tubing UV red 1/2' ID x 3/4" OD. Some non conductive UV red coolant and the right clamps as the metal ones I used, the worm gears pinched the line and lifted it up just enough allowing it to leak under pressure if I would have had the right pvc tubing or non conductive coolant to start off with, non of this would have happened and I could have saved my self 1400 dollars in parts. Well 900 dollars since I was eyeing the new raptors since they came out. Was wanting to get SSD's but seriously COMPLETLY over priced. 3+ dollars a GIG they can kiss my ass. This is the 5th system I've built and the only time this has happened. Guess it had to sooner or later. Will post pictures of completed system in the gallery when I finish it up.