Hey guys, back again with another project! This time its to make myself a LAN rig with will act as an interim until i can get the parts together for my grand plan with coolsair! at this stage of posting it is all working and running well on air, have yet to put it on water and i am about 3 weeks behind in starting this log but then i will have a 2nd log up and running shortly as i have done 2 projects simultaneously. First off, i would like to hand a MASSIVE MASSIVE thank you out to all of the people and companies who have been kind enough to sponsor this build and help to make it happen, without yourselves, this would not have been possible. A big thanks to Emil at Kingston for not only sorting me out with some brilliant HyperX Beast ram and a V300 SSD but a lot of lovely goodies to give away to you lovely people at iSeries in August. Brilliant bloke and an awesome company to work with! A huge thanks to Phillip at Sapphire for hooking me up with 2x 2gb 7850 OC's, they may not be the fastest but they get the job done, been able to play tomb raider, grid 2, Metro: last light with good settings at very good frames, will be looking to get a little extra out of these when i get the blocks on! Big thanks to Lars at Enermax for once again sorting out a PSU and Fans for the build. They have generously donated a 650w Revolution 87+ PSU and 12 T.B.Silence fans which are going to have their Halo frames carbon wrapped and the fan blades painted to match the color of the build, probably a UV blue color. Next up is Rafal at Western Digital who has been a star in sorting out a 750gb Caviar Black drive for this build and a 500gb Caviar Green for another, top guys at WD and cannot thank them enough for their contribution. Now onto Heili at Fractal Design. Fractal have been very generous in supplying a Fractal Arc Mini for this project which posed enough potential for me to be able to do some simple but nice mods to it. They have also given me a 750w Integra R2 to use, it will not be going into this build due to it lacking too many Molex for my liking but i do have something planned for it, thanks again guys! And now on to a good mate, Pascal at Alphacool, has sorted out a good amount of products for the two builds, cannot thank Alphacool and Pascal enough, they are my favorite watercooling manufacturer by a long way and it is an honor to finally be able to work with them, thanks a lot guys! The plan for this build is to get a good powerful system into a small form factor with a lot of watercooling capability. This will involve modding the roof of the Chassis to allow for a 360mm radiator to be installed and removing the front drive cages along with the 5.25 inch bays to allow for the end tanks of the 360 rad but also to mount a 240 monsta which will give this small rig a lot of cooling potential. Well that is it for today, i will leave you with a few of the photos i took of all the sponsored parts, will begin to post up the build log tomorrow afternoon, thanks for looking and stay tuned!