Hello everyone, First post from a long time lurker so I thought I'd make it a long one. I've been inspired by all the amazing mods on here to finally sort out this: Into something half way presentable. The main driver being that I've recently upgraded to SLI 970s and despite this notionally being a 'High Airflow' case, it struggles to get enough airflow to the GPUs without taking off. I know the names crap, but I'm crap at names! So, rough list of parts: Sabertooth 990FX FX 6300 (OC @4.75) Palit Jetstream GTX970 4GB * 2 256GB 840 EVO Asus PCE-AC68 Wifi card. Watercooling: EK Supreme CPU Block EK FC670 GPU Blocks * 2 EK D5 XRes 140 EK Coolstream PE 360 Thermochill PA120.3 (Knocking on 10 years old and still going great guns). 6* Akasa Venom Vipers (rad fans) BeQuiet! Shadow Wings 140mm (rear exhaust, probably going to order another couple) BeQuiet! Shadow Wings 120mm *2 Case all stripped out ready for work: Drive Bays & weird little plinth thing removed (I hate drilling rivets!) Front 92mm fan mount removed from the 915 rad box. I genuinely don't know what they were thinking here, there's comfortably room for 120mm, and I'll be fabbing a 140mm mount, test fit: This is when things start to get frustrating. I wanted to Box in the PSU and put a blank to cover the gap at the end of the motherboard tray to hide cabling and provide somewhere to mount the pump/res. I started off with the idea of a wooden frame covered with hardboard, and 2 hours and much farting around later ended up with this: However, as you can see from the picture, that was a stupid idea Attempt number 2 using 6mm MDF I had left over from building SWMBO's sewing table came out much much better: The bottom part is removable, and sits on the ledge used to locate the PSU at the back. I'd love to say I bult it exactly to rest against the captive bolts for the feet, so I will! The second go took about an hour, including drilling the case to mount the upright part, quite why I didn't just do it in the first place I've no idea. I've not yet decided whether to mount the radbox at the bottom of the case or the top, I'm leaning toward the bottom as it should make filling/bleeding much easier, and allow me to stick a second 140mm to keep the VRMs cool although it might make my mouse hand quite drafty. Mounting on the top will make the hose runs much neater and since tidyness is half the point I'll probably end up doing that. Fans and rads test mounted: Packing tape is a makeshift gasket to make up for the random spacing on the older thermochill radiators. I'll think of something neater (probably black duct tape) for the final solution since I can't find any replacement neoprene ones for sale. I've set the fans up as exhausts since having them pulling makes the fans a weird noise and I want to mount the fans on the inside to keep some space between the rads for the hose. Theres ample airflow in through the front and base of the box for it not to have a huge impact on temps. This is how I've left it for tonight: Jobs for tomorrow are to paint the mdf (It'll need a couple of coats of primer at least due to it being so porous). Hopefully my stuff from Aquatuning & WatercoolingUK rock up tomorrow in which case I can start sorting out hose routing, otherwise it'll just be boring stuff like cleaning the rads out and trying to get the UV blue coolant out of everything. Thanks for sticking with it to the end, if anyone has any thoughts on whether the radbox should be on top or not then please let me know or can spot some amazing hose routing options please let me know (I'll be using the solid black EK 10/16 tubing because I love the look of it).