Mineral oil just turns heads, people still ask me how parts can be fishtanked and survive and well, im about to find out first hand. This computer is huge but small (mini ATX), its going to be dipped in oil so overclocking is a must and its going to be dual booting open source ubuntu and beta windows 7 which is interesting because I have yet to use either operating systems. On top of this the case will be the show pony for my company "Epic PC Cases". News, reviews, forum and custom case building will all be launched once I finish the web side of things mid april. I am currently pumping out a client build due for completion in two weeks and then I will be able to fully focus on this scratch build. Surprisingly though, I've already made quite a start. Specs. CPU: e5200 Mobo: Mini atx P5n73-AM GFX: Integrated nvidia 7300 chip HDD: 500gig WD 7200rpm Pump: XSPC pump/res combo Rad: Swiftech 240mm Radiator What will it look like? Something like this hopefully. Worst drawings ever, I need to get my pc tablet fixed >< So I made a start on the box keeping in mind that it would need to hold back around 4.5 litres of the mild laxative....mineral oil Started shaving off the sides so it would all fit perfectly. The crevas would also account to any expanding the acrylic would do due to heat. Assembling the pieces, all of them are 6mm thick! Parts started to arrive. Mmmmmm xsm2 ram..... Mini atx and the e5200.... The box that will be filled with oil The pump, the corsair PSU and the box! Got going on the mobo tray, epic tray! Yes I know, much more filling to be done... The tray installed. It slides up and down into the oil now. More on this particular piece later, it will hold the powersupply, radiator, pump and harddrives. I'll sign off here, I think thats enough for one day. Until next time. Btw do I ring the vets for mineral oil or is there some other way to get it?