So I got a bit fed up with my overloaded WC system and the external rad mount, which was ugly as sin, and ended up modding my lian li to hold a bit more rad yesterday. Here are the pics from the build: The drive bays were originally separated from the bottom chamber by about a 2mm thick aluminum "floor." I had to remove this as I wanted to fit a radiator just below the CD drive. The Voodoo Omen is the original build that gave me this idea - i was looking at an old review the other week and went "holy S*%& this is my case." So i knew from the start that this was possible. After a bit of measuring: And there it is. The rad fit perfectly... eventually, there would be no room between the rad and the DVD-rw drive that is currently parked above it. the swiftec Mcr 220 was used as the drive bay rad - this would be the coldest rad in the system and the only one at the beginning of the loop before the CPU. The other two rads are exhaust only. So i had to nibble a hole 120mmx3 hole for the 3rd rad at the top of the case, AC ryan makes a decet radgrill for this. I just wish they would drill their holes to line up with the MCR320 but meh. It all ended up working out - the rad is already mounted in the last picture. the cats in their fort. The fittings for the top mount rad on the side of the drive bays. This was done to give a bit cleaner look to a case which already has so much crap in it. The only thing that made this possible was the way in which lian li designed their 5.25 floppy adapter. The grooves between the card reader and the adapter are exactly large enough for the tubes to fit in between them - making the bend of the tubing manageable. another pic of the rads, the MB mount, and the EK supreme LT waterblock. The MB had to be mounted before the top rad, as the rad covers the USB and motherboard connectors for the power button etc etc. Sorry for the blur. Here are the final shots of the build. The last rad is an exhaust rad that is put right after the CPU. The goal of this rad is to take 150W or so off the CPU heat dump, to give the videocards a break and to get that heat out of the case before it hits the front mounted rad. here are the final shots of the finished rig. Still have to get rid of the applique on the window - it was an old CSS logo that I took off, but never bothered to take off the circle bc I figured I would put something else there. In the end the performance of this cooling system turned out to be way better than expected. After folding on both vid cards and the CPU for half an hour, the temps of my processor, OC'd at 4ghz, were 38C for both cores, with the GPU's running at 43 and 42 C respectively. After an hour the processor was up to 44C and the GPU's were at 46 and 44 C respectively. This is with all quiet, under 50CFM fans (40CFM fans on the top rad). Thanks for reading lemme know if you guys have any ideas on how to improve this build. EDIT: my old setup is in the sig - just click rate my rig to see how the old system looked.