Since I'm stuck down here in Austria with a toaster of a laptop I've been messing about in SketchUp for the last weeks time. I got the idea of creating an ITX case with full watercooling support and full size GFX support, but at the same time keeping the size as small as possible. As of right now the case measures (WxHxD) 265x240x300 in mm, and I believe it's probably the smallest I can go. Featues: Reversed motherboard - look at your sexy GFX waterblock all day through the window right above the card 3 x 120 mm fans, supports a 2x120 rad of up to 50 mm thickness and a 1x120 rad in up to 30 mm thickness Downsides: It's designed for 1U PSUs. It's meant to save space. eVGA already ships one with their Hadron case, and Parvums newly made ITX case also features a smaller PSU than normal. There's only room for 2.5" discs. Personally I only use SSDs and a single 500 gb 2.5" normal disc for storage, so it simply isn't in my needs There's not really enough airflow in the hardware compartment to sustain an air-cooled PC, that might be fixed by swapping the topside window for a mesh grid of some kind? Anyways.. Here's a few pictures. Please provide me with as many questions as you want/can, since I'm seriously considering going through with the project.