Previously i was the kind of person who didnt care how a computer looked as long as it performed the job i wanted it to do. That all changed when i got my first iMac, a 27" all in one pc when i brought this i thought i would never touch a PC again, until i tried gaming on it. I built up this PC using a HAF 932 case which has a great amount of space inside it but looks is definately not it's strong point. Enter the Coolermaster CM 690 II Advanced - White edition Coolermaster CM 690 II Advanced - White edition The Build Consists of the following parts: Case: CoolerMaster CM 690 II Advanced White Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R Motherboard Rev2 CPU: Intel i7 950 @ 4.01Ghz for now, will push further once water is installed. RAM: 6GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3 1600mhz @ 1910Mhz GPU: 2x VTX3D AMD 6950 2GB flashed to 6970 Bios PSU: Antec TruePower Quattro 850W SSD: OCZ Vertex 2 120gb Hdd: Seagate 640gb 7200rpm Screen: 27" Apple Cinema Display - 2560x1440px Current cooling: Corsair H70 with 2x 1850 Scythe Gentle typhoons in push / pull config. Accessories: Logitech G19 keyboard, Logitech G9X mouse, Logitech G35 Headset, Logitech Z5500 Goal: I want to create a watercooled PC with a white and blue theme throughout the whole case. The PSU colour scheme will be changed from black and yellow to a white base with Blue stripes to match in with the rest of the build. Cables will all be individually sleeved in blue and white colour scheme from a new supplier that i have recieved sponsorship from It Begins! The always excellent packaging from local Australian Store Pc Case Gear. Transfer of parts from Haf932 to Whitey. Even the Hard drive bays are white, the white 2.5" bay is a nice addition and saves me painting the OCZ adaptor. 6950 flashed to 6970's Powersupply Current cooling which will be replaced by full watercool setup. Blue Led case fans - these will be replaced with discrete lighting to feature certain parts of the build later on.