Ordered some clear cast resin and I have a mould being made over the weekend for the replacement fan rings so im looking forward to getting my hands dirty with this experiment. Still in planning for the backplate, i keep getting different ideas so I havnt yet ordered the acrylic as dimensions keep changing slightly. Should be ordering the fittings soon i think. At the last count on the current plan, theyres 42x Hardline fittings and 15x 90 degrees, so its a good job i upgraded to a dual pump. I think im going to be using these As i simply cannot afford to buy a full set of Primochill revolver dual tone which i think would look amazing, nor can i afford to use monsoon fittings which i already have some of. Recieved the 2nd delivery from Corsair Thank you yet again, and a MASSIVE thanks to Jon, who helped me find out the details of the internals as the first Force GT i modded has been changed, along with the rest of the range, they have all switched to a thinner, lighter 7mm shell and the PCBs have changed as the technology has evolved. I specifically wanted a large pcb and Jon helped enormously to find out the info for me So thank you to Corsair and Jon for providing 2 Force LS 240 SSD's Aww, a warranty card, thats nice And now useless But the thought was there The plan for these was to raid 0 them. I had some difficulties with this at first on X79-UD3 as i simply wasnt getting the performance. 380mb single drive 400mb raided. Until i found that the intel ports are 6gb/s along with the marvell ports. BUT it seems that the marvell controller simply cant handle these at full speed so having 2 controllers i switched one to the other controller and low and behold, the speed doubled I think this is still wrong as i realised today the specs are 560 read 320 write which is perfect for my purposes which will see these 2 used for games installations which will not really benefit from super high write speeds. (they will still be double that, but its the 1gb/s read speed that gets me excited. I think in my haste & testing I have left the Sata controller for these as Raid instead of AHCI, so im going to switch this and test again. Thats me for the weekend I think as its off to the seaside for fish and chips, but maybe I can get a few things done.