Update #4 - 20/03/2010 Grabbed a line jig and a tungsten carbide cutter to have a go at the top radiator cut. Marked out with a template. Fitted the line jig to the dremel. Started cutting, but then my Dremel died. Must be faulty, I've only had it 2 weeks! A replacement is being sorted at the moment. My wc'ing stuff from EK Waterblocks arrived! Massive thanks to Eddy, him and his company are absolutely incredible! Quad rad for the bottom - thing is huge! I've never owned a rad bigger than a single before. I'm starting to learn my softbox/lighting setup quite well now. CPU block - I really like the boxes, much nicer than the plain brown boxes you get with other watercooling stuff. Got the white acetal top to go on it to match the rest of the build. White acetal is my new favourite material! The hold down plate is finished in a textured black powdercoat. Perfect mirror finish base. Was surprised how perfect it was! Two Laing DDC 10W pumps. I personally don't like the high pitched noise from the 18W version (if you can't hear it, you are old!) so I got two 10W to make up for the power loss! However they look a little dull... So some more of my new favourite material to join them together! This is a dual DDC pump top. The construction is quite interesting - it is made of two sheets of acetal which are then bonded together - how i don't quite know, i imagine by some kind of electro-welding process. If you stick a light behind the block of acetal, you see there are actually o-rings embedded inside the acetal. Neat engineering! Fitted to the pumps. Inlet is in the top, outlet at the side. Will be interesting to see how much pressure this thing generates. Custom tops normally increase the flow rate and head a lot. The one thing the DDC lacks on behind the D5 is the flow rate, so I'm hoping that this top will help with that. Let me introduce the twins! Nickel plated fullcover 5850 waterblocks with white acetal tops. I actually just sat and stared at them for a couple of minutes when i first opened the box! White acetal is pretty dam hard to photograph. The red stickers you see on all the blocks are warranty stickers, so I won't be removing them yet. I may try and sneakily move them to somewhere that won't be seen. Like the CPU block, mirror finish on the base. Dunno what to say really! They talk for themselves. These are RAM backplates designed to help cool off the ram on the top side of the card. They also look ridiculously awesome! There were issues with the first version of this, they did not fit the 5850 properly. This has been fixed though. Om nom nom I need to finally decide on my fittings soon. After getting all this nickel goodness, it is tempting to go with silver shining bitspower instead of matt black. Decisions decisions... Nickel orgy! Fav picture of the lot! A massive thanks to EK! I would also like to introduce two new partners: MIPs Waterblocks are sending me one of their RAM Cooler 6 memory waterblocks. Enermax have been incredibly generous, and are sending me a Revolution85+ 850w PSU and a load of Enermax Cluster fans!