I was recently overcome with an insatiable urge to upgrade, as well as tinker. While my wife had her head turned, I took the opportunity to order a new 700D with a windowed side panel. This will be a fairly straight forward build, no flashy paint or laser cutouts, just a new giant case and some new core components. I really liked the looks of a 700D that Feizy put together awhile back, and will be loosely following it. Anyways... Specs i5 2500K ASRock P67 EXTREME4 GEN3 G.SKILL Sniper 2x4GB DDR3 1600 2 Sapphire 5870HD 1 GB Thermaltake Toughpower 700W XSPC RX240 Black Ice XtremeIII Swiftech 35x w/ Res 2 Danger Den 5870 water blocks EK Supreme HF Full Copper Corsair 700D Here she is fresh out of the box. The main plan is to remove the lower HDD cage and put the XSPC in its place. The triple rad will be mounted in the top of the case, and the Swifty 35x in the drive bays, with a fill port straight above it. Removing the lower HDD bay All gone The bottom rad I've decided to install it fittings forward, as opposed to routing my tubing through the back of the case. If I don't like it, I'll just swap it out. A very tight fit, I had to remove a fitting so it could pivot up. Nothing special to mount it, it fits so well I just slid some foam under it to add some friction, and I'm good to go. Drilling out the fill port The top rad The pump I had a bit of a time with the pump. Since I wanted the fill port above the 5.25 bays, I had to move the optical drive to the lowest bay. This, however, left me without a platform for the pump, I didn't want to just stick it to the top of of the DVD drive, so I found an old CD drive out in the garage and chopped it up. Basic Plumbing I'm starting to think that I may replace the pump platform for a dual bay res sometime in the future, and I'm not entirely sure if I want to keep the tubing up front instead of hiding it. Now I just have to cut the back panel to allow airflow for the bottom rad and order my CPU and motherboard. Until next time, tap 'er light!