Well, here is an odd name for something i've had in my mind for over 4 years. I finally decided to purchase the case of my dreams, the widely known and more-than-seen-and-modified Silverstone TJ07. It's going to be all black inside, there will be acrylic panels fully customized for the needs of this build and it will feature a dual loop, one for CPU and Motherboard, the other being used for the graphics card. Enough talk, here's the hardware, most of it is from my older build. The current case will house my GF's PC in the future... Computer parts: - ASUS Rampage II Extreme motherboard - GSKILL Trident PC3-16000 6GB RAM - Intel Core i7 920 CPU - EVGA GTX295 video card (might change soon, undecided) - PCPower & Cooling 750W Power Supply - Intel X-25M SSD x2 (RAID0) for OS - Samsung HD103SJ 1TB x2 (RAID0) for games, data, etc - Alphacool LCD dual bay - Scythe KAZE Master fan controller Watercooling parts: - Two Swiftech MCP-350 pumps - EK Acetal top for the pumps - EK 150mm reservoirs - Watercool HeatKiller LT CPU waterblock - Feser 480 Radiator - Feser 240 Radiator - Black Ice GTS 240 Radiator (for the top, might not use it) - Fractal white fans (undecided, depends on looks) - Enzotech 3/8" ID 5/8" OD fittings - Bitspower full cover block for Rampage 2 Extreme - EK MOSFET waterblocks in acetal - EK Nickel and plexi full cover block for the video card (undecided on video card) - Feser tube, colour depending on theme but will probably be white/blue (undecided) - Aquaero, will use it if i find a place to put it where only the display can be seen (undecided) Well, this is about it. I already bought some items and i currently await the fabrication of the rest of the acrylic parts so i can check proper clearance for every other component and what goes where. First thing to get is obviously the case... Here, starting to unpack and check whether everything is okay inside: Yeah, poor neighbors... I play guitar and it's not soft music at all Oh, there you are : Doesn't look bad, let's proceed Out of the box, everything seems to be in place. This is the older version, but it doesn't really matter as the tray will be *heavily* modified. I said modified, not butchered, no worries there :ROTF: Some of the guys that will make part of this project, first ones to arrive I really love this pump, loads of pressure and no noise operating. Schythe Kaze Master, my preferred fan controller, will help me control noise/performance if required. Also it will cut down the dull look of the front case panels. Swiftechs... One of them has to be returned, it's missing some sort of holder in the bottom Unpacking the Kaze Master is a delight. Carefully packed, looks like it's got real high quality, and i surely hope so. Components... Blurryness Still with the protective film applied. Looks great tho Last but not least, the great EK reservoir, let's see which colour will you hold inside I love these brackets. Eddie surely knows his thing, looks great. The FESER family finally made their way home. I had no idea they offered a "corrosion blocker" with their 480 model. Nice! There were no acetal tops available, but as the pumps will be hidden it's no big deal. Here already assembled and properly sleeved. I know it's going to be hidden but if i didn't sleeve it, it would probably hunt me in my dreams, so... I did it! I checked how much room would i have to work with once the radiators are in place... This Feser 480 is really really huge. Can't even start to imagine how big is the 'Monsta' model Here are the PCI-E covers already painted. I used 2 layers of primer and 2 layers of paint. The guys responsible for the painting... Wow, i'm amazed at the result. Turned out impressive Most of this will be covered in the end, but if anything shows, i want it to be black. Some other parts, in queue for the paint job. Thanks for looking, next update will probably be bigger and with a few surprises Cheers!