Welcome to my Silverstone TJ07 Inverted ATX Mod thread. I bought a Silverstone TJ07 from Chilledpc.co.uk. I've had Tom and his crew to create a inverted ATX mod to the case, as well as cnc cut window and holes for wiring, and powdercoated in matte black. I have spent a great deal of time and money on this project and here is a list of some of the things that are stuffed in the case. Hardware: Case: Silverstone TJ07 CPU: Intel I7 920 D0 Motherboard: EVGA X58 LE GFX: PowerColor HD5850 RAM: 6GB G.Skill 6-7-6-18 Trident PSU: Coolermaster Real Power 700W Ssd: OCZ Agility Ex Drive: Liteon iHES208 Blu-Ray Cooling: Reservoir: LUND Pom Plex Pump: Laing D5 Radiator: HW-LAB GTX 480 Radiator CPU Block: HEATKILLER Rev 3.0 LT Gfx Block: EK – FC5850 Hose: 12mm White Fittings: 12mm Push-on Water: Primochill Ice Steel Blue Price: Expensive project ! Let's get started. Here I have just received the case from Chilledpc.co.uk. Motherboard, radiator and pump are now installed. I have made an opal acrylic midplate and put the hoses through it. Here it is almost finished there are installed a top window and all the screws are replaced with black screws. There are made a new acrylic midplate which are nicer than the first. There are now water in the system. That's how far I have reached it has taken me 1 ½ months to get to this point. There is much work put in this particular sleevering cables takes a very long time to do. But it also took nearly 1 month to receive the case from England. To do list: - Manage cables on the back.  - Replace the screws on the back with black screws.  - Mount a temperature probe in the top of Lund reservoir [X] - Spraypaint the Blu-Ray Drive matt black DONE [X] - Replace the OCZ Summit with OCZ Agility Ex [X] - Replace the water with Primochill Ice steel blue [X] - Replace the EK Supreme with a HEATKILLER Rev 3.0 LT [X] - Awaiting a new OCZ Agility Ex from RMA  To Be Continued….