This is a case mod project. The case being used is a Silverstone LC02 that the company donated to me back in 2007. It was initially involved in a project that got shelved because the motherboard wasn't ATX compliant. What I like most about it is that it is all-aluminum so it should be easy to work. The case came with Silverstone designed and branded riser cards and extensions so that PCIe cards could be installed in a "laid down" position. The motherboard was donated by Gigabyte. I really like their WIFI series of mini-ITX boards with its all-black color theme. Here is the motherboard and graphics card installed in the case using the riser/extention parts. Corsair's new low-profile mini-ITX AIO water cooling system. The case has to be modified to provide for the cooler exhaust vent. Before cutting out the vent with a Dremel, a piece of aluminum bar stock has to be attached along the edge in order to strengthen the area. The case has a cut in an unfortunate place in order to attach a drive bay that will not be used in this project. I used a two-part epoxy for this. The mounting system for the Corsair cooler shares three of the four motherboard mounting screws. The screws that came with the kit didn't fit the Silverstone built-in standoffs. Easily fixed by a trip to the local hardware store. Cooler "dry fit" to check for proper vent location. The unit has a foam collar that fits tightly against the case interior in order to seal the exhaust. This project is being brought to you by: Thanks for looking!