This is a worklog already in progress so I'll be playing catch up to bring things up to date. Comments, advice, and suggestions welcome! Technically this is a found case mod but much of it is scratch built. The design theme is another retro mod where I'm trying to fit everything into a 12x10x6 1940s heater and oh yes, there will be brass. Technical challenges are water cooling a SFF MB in a small case with low power and then see how far it can be pushed. What's up with the name? Keep watching, it'll all make sense. Parts are as follows: Zotac 9300 ITX Wifi Intel E8400 Crucial Ballistix 2x2GB PC 6400 4-4-4-12 Corsair M64 SSD Galaxy 9600GT LP LP PW-200-V 200 Watt DC DC PSU XBOX 360 203 Watt AC DC brick Panasonic Slimline DVD Writer SATA slot loading Swiftech Apogee GTZ block Swiftech MCP350 12V Pump HWlabs Black Ice GT Stealth 140 Unfinished (Thanks Willie!) Plus a whole series of other bits and pieces along the way Here’s the testing that I’ve been doing on the power supply. Findings below. How do you like my cutting board bench tester? Power is via the Xbox 360 power brick through the PW-200-V DC DC. Watts IGP - 35/80w 9600GT (idle/load) - 50/145w 3DMark06 IGP - 1866 9600GT - 10071 3DMark Vantage IGP - E3966 9600GT E19085/P5006 And here's the plethora of elbows. The MB is mounted vertically and the radiator behind the MB. The video card is mounted in upside down reversed direction using a flexible PCI-E extender. I'm guessing the rad should work if for each 120mm of radiator, the rule of thumb is 150 watts dissipated (varies with fan speed). Given the expected 200 watts, the 140mm rad paired with a Yate Loon 140mm medium (1400 RPM) should be ok? Air flow enters the fan, goes through the rad, and hits the back of the motherboard. Should it be reversed?