Hi, this is OilPC in Vancouver, CANADA. I have seen so many great and hard working people out there build cases or case mod projects and it is hard for me to express how much I'm fascinated with all the projects, big or small. That's the main reason why I have been hesitant to post my humble work here, but I finally decide to show what I have done. Maybe, one of the main reason I am posting this project is so that I may learn what you think about it and gather your comments, ideas or even criticisms to get more and better information before I start to build another one. I would like to tell you first that this is not a new idea. As far as I know, there are probably more than 100 (or even 1000) people who have tried this kind of cooling already around the world, and I am just one of them. In 2006, I happened to come across Tom’s Hardware site (http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/strip-fans,1203.html). There I saw a submerged oil system with cooking oil. Ever since then, I became very passionate and began to delve in deeper into non-conductive oil cooling. One last thing to mention, when you build a mineral oil cooling system, you are putting your system at risk, so make sure you think it over before making the final decision. As a side note, your hardware will no longer be covered by the warranty once you have dipped it in the mineral oil. Furthermore, there haven’t been any official tests which show that mineral oil is safe for the system. Please note, that building such a system like the mineral oil cooling system, is at your own discretion. Take everything into consideration before making your final decision, if you do end up building one. The name of this system(project) has not been decided either, so if anyone would like to suggest a name, that will be also greatly appreciated. : ) Before I go all buck wild with the details and the procedures, here is a breakdown of how the instruction is going to be like. (Just think of it as a table of contents): Part 1 – Top and bottom units Part 2 – Acrylic tank and motherboard tray(Hardware Tray) Part 3 - Making the HDD able to breath in the mineral oil Part 4 – Power cables, Hardware Assembly and additional information Part 5 - The Final Pics I hope you will enjoy ,and may the great modding force be with you.