Ok. This is actually my first project log and I apologise in advance for the quality of the photo's, I only have a camera phone at the moment and don't plan on buying another camera for awhile, for obvious reasons. Also forgive me with the title, couldn't think of anything else. My selected build is as follows: Lian Li PC-V1110 Black ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 Motherboard Corsair TX-850 850W Power Supply Intel Core i7 920 XFX GTX275 Corsair TR3X6G1600C8D 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 OCZ Vertex Series SATA II 2.5" SSD 60GB Swiftech Apogee GTZ CPU Waterblock Swiftech Apogee-GTZ-CI7 1366 Bracket Swiftech MCRES Micro Rev2 Reservoir Swiftech MCP655-B 12V Pump Swiftech MCR220-QP Radiator ASUS DRW-22B1LT DVDRW BenQ G2220HD 22in Widescreen LCD Monitor I decided once again to go watercooling, the selected case should well be big enough to fulfill all my future water needs and was also chosen for its 'subdued style'. A modular cabled PSU would have been nice but I just can't go past Corsair for their qaulity. Obviously I decided to go an i7 system, the 920 is reasonably priced and the ASUS PT6 Deluxe is all that I should need. Only chosen a single GTX275 for the time being, I may SLI later, not sure. I decided to spend a little money on a decent SSD and am still yet to order another hard drive for storage and a set of decent radiator fans. First picture of all the goodies which arrived today: Bare chassis, the case is big but suprisingly not too bulky and is also quite light: ASUS PT6 Deluxe V2, not too exicting I know: Installed the PSU firstly then the CPU and Apogee Waterblock. The Apogee block's existing bracket had to be removed and the 1366 bracket was required to be installed. I prefer to use MX-2 for the thermal interface using the line method. Lastly mounted the motherboard, which was very easy due to the design of the removable mobo tray. I have spent some time deciding on where to begin mounting the dual rad without modding the case too much. The only viable solution is to install it in the position behind the hard drive cages. If I use 20mm wide 120mm fans, there will be enough room, but I still will have to cut two exhaust holes in the side panel. I know the case can be easily converted into water cooling using the two external pre-fabicated tubing holes ontop of the case but I would definately rather the water loop to be internal. Proposed position of the rad below. From now, the side panel will have to be modded and the rad & res mounted before progressing.