In need of a second project for while I work on Project: Adamantium I decided to embark on Project: Server (I need a better name, suggestions are welcome) The aim of this pc is to make a relatively fast, but near silent pc that will be run 24/7 as a file server. Original specification for this rig: Celeron 1.3GHz MSI Micro-ATX Socket370 Motherboard 512mb PC133 60GB HDD PCI SATA Card 2 x 200GB SATA Maxtor’s (from my pc) 350W Generic PSU Onboard GFX But after some thought I realised I had a dell sitting in the garage, spec below: P4 2.66GHz non-ht Dell Micro-ATX P4 478 Motherboard (only dell ive seen with a standard motherboard in a LONG time!) 512MB PC2700 20GB HDD 9200SE (I added it so it would be somewhat useful for a gaming machine) Dell 400w PSU But then I thought crap, that doesn’t have AGP, so I set out for a search for a nice M-ATX p4 478 motherboard with AGP, found quite a few, one of which took my fancy, so I bought it Then while browsing the wonderful E-Bay I had some nice thoughts, why should I slap a non-ht proc in it, when I could double the usefulness of this rig (dl machine, file server and a folder) by getting a HT proc So Im now going to get a lovely 3.2GHz (or thereabouts) P4 to go in this rig So the FINAL specs for this rig will be: P4 478 with HT (heck I don’t know what speed, 3ghz+ most likely) ASRock P4VM8 (has SATA onboard, saving me the hassle of getting a PCI SATA card) 512MB DDR400 (going to sell the stuff from the dell to buy some decent memory) 60GB IDE HDD (for OS) 2x 200GB SATA Maxtor’s (from my pc) Jeantech 450w PSU (used it to run my old Socket A rig, very well made unit) Enough Jabbering! Pictures of the case this will be going in ^ The case, its quite small, and I have painted it in the past (not the best paintjob tbh) ^ Showing the rather lame paintjob, its shinier in real life, but not amazing ^ Insides with the Celeron rig inside ^ A 120:1 will be going in the front, along with a custom made reservoir (out of 8mm ACRyan UV Green acrylic) Due to the fact I want this rig to be near silent I have decided to water cool it with some of the left over gear ive got from past ventures Water cooling spec: Asetek Antarctica CPU Block Asetek Northbridge Block Asetek GPU Block BIP 120:1 with 10mm push fit’s Custom made reservoir (8mm UV Green Acrylic ) **pump = undecided at current time** UV Green tubing (10mm) Plan tomorrow is to help my sister move out (so I can nab her room) and also get some work done on the chassis, aim is to have it powdercoated by next weekend :O the front will be the only part that wont be done next weekend, as it requires a lot of filler work, and some DVD drive stealthing action This is just a quick mod to keep me going. Also tomorrow I should re-sleeve the Jeantech PSU, as I did a botch job on it last time! (didn’t have the right tools) and also need to amputate some wiring.