I'm back! (for those of you that remember the typhoon cube.. which, unfortunatly, was never finished) This time I would like to make my computer as portable and silent as possible, but still with an acceptable cooling system. That is why I this time decided to brake the cooling system in two parts: A pretty regular water system which includes cooling for 2 harddrives, cpu, gpu, chipset and probably 2 PSU's. This system will be driven by an Eheim 1250 (1200l/h) and cooled by two 120mm black ice extreme radiators. Then There is the matter of cooling the radiators without the use of noisy fans. I'm not sure how well this part will actually work, but I'll give it a try. I will seal the radiators on both sides useing copper plates. Then I will fill the space where the air would otherwise pass, with water. Next I will attach one 180W peltier on eatch radiator which will be cooled by a separate water system driven by a small 600l/h pump and a passive innovatek radiator. No fans are planned used in this project. Here is the layout of the suitcase at the moment. The two PSU's will be mounted beside the motherboard. Its tight.. very tight.. But I think it should work. To get the dvd burner as close to the pump as possible, I had to cut the nipple a bit. I love these 90 degrees bends Here I'm deperatly trying to figure out what tubes are supposed to go where. This is going to cause a bit of a problem.. those two openings in the center are supposed to join.. somehow.. Like this.. the space between the harddrive block and the radiator was so tight I had to kut both the nipple and the tube in an angle and mount it that way. This worked thanks to the tube being a larger dimention than the nipple. Here I've figured out about where the tubes are supposed to go And I've even started cuting Done fitting the cover plate for the motherboard Thats about as far as I've gotten so far. I'm on holliday now, so it probably wont happen much until after newyear.