Hi all, been trying to get around to properly cooling my Antec 1200 with i7 & GTX295 but with one thing and another I've only just got around to starting it off! Full Spec of hardware: Antec 1200 full tower case Asus P6T Deluxe Motherboard Intel Core i7 920 D0 CPU @ 4ghz OCZ Reaper PC3-12800 1600MHz Ram 7-7-7-24 XFX Nvidia GTX295 Graphics Card Asus Xonar DX Soundcard Gigabyte Odin 800w Modular PSU WC spec list: EK Spin reservoir Swiftech 18w DDC pump XSPC DDC Pump Acrylic Top V3 2 x Phobya G-Changer 240 Radiators EK Supreme Acetal CPU Water block AquaComputer AquagraFX GTX295 Water block 1/2" ID 3/4" XSPX tubing throughout Feser Compression fittings throughout 2 x Yate Loon D12SM-12D 120mm Fans for front rad 2 x Kaze-Jyuni Slipstream 120mm Fans for top rad Yesterday I went about stripping the case and fitting the Rads in, wasn't sure where to put them but decided on one in the front and one up top as there was so much free space up there! I have spaced the top rad slightly of the Antec Big-Boy fan to create a better gap between them which should help in exhausting the hot air. I used motherboard brass fittings to space out the rad and it worked well, just had to slightly enlarge the holes on the rad to take them. Just waiting for a few more parts to arrive then I can continue the build, for now here are some of the strip down and rad fitting... Rig as it was running with side off Close up of guts Motherboard etc removed Rig in temporary position so I can still use it & game! Pics of rads & a Yate Loon fans Yate Loon left, Kaze Jyuni right Yate Loon left, Kaze Jyuni right Rad held in place by 4 small L-shaped Brackets Checking clearances for front fans before fixing in rad All screwed up into place with brackets & fans Top pic looking down on rad & fan sandwich, notice the brackets Motherboard brass stand-offs fixed to top rad Holding top rad into place to mark screw holes Top rad fitted and lid about to go back on Looking up at top fan with Kaze Jyuni's fitted Front shot of the top rad & fans 240mm Rad just about fits up there, literally 2mm free space! Shot of fan testing, Kaze's are loud and move loads of air but they will be on a fan controller anyway, the Yate Loons hardly make a noise and with all Antec fans on low its soooo much quieter than before, just hope all this keeps the temps good! Quick front shot showing EK res etc, ready for part 2! Any comments good or bad? Im just hoping 2 x dual rads are good enough to cool the over clocked i7 & 295 Cheers all, Rob.