Alright, well i've been running a Coolermaster Centurion 590 for years, and it's served pretty well. Earlier this year I did some upgrades to my rig, and it has this setup in it: i7 email@example.com Gskill 16gb DDR4 MSI Z170A Gaming MSI GTX1080 PC P&C Silencer 1200w 2x 240mm Radiators Swiftech blocks MCP655 Pump 7/16 tubing Now currently, all of the cooling stuff is in the same loop. This was OK for a single GPU, but as it is now, if I run Prime at anything above 4.7 my temps creep up to 60 or so. I've come to the conclusion that the idle heat dump and total capacity of the system isnt adequate for the load temperatures I'd like to maintain (preferrably under 50c load on the CPU). As is, I already mount the second radiator on top of my current case. I'm fine with this, and it looks fine, but i'm really limited on options for further upgrades. The only room I have left is to upgrade one of the radiators to a triple 120, or put a single 120 on the outside of the case on the rear exhaust fan. Well at work we had a customer who had their old server (if you could even call it that) built inside of one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811112092 We decommissioned that server and the case sat in the garage at the office for almost a year. We finally cleaned out the garage, so I took it home. The case is in perfect shape. Everything is there, and there's not a single scratch on it. It even has the plastic on the Lian Li emblem still. So I plan on moving my machine into it. The ultimate plan is to separate the CPU and GPU loops to two seperate loops entirely. Here's how it'd be laid out GPU loop: 2x Swiftech MCW60 blocks Swiftech MCP650 pump 1 2x120mm in front 5 1/4 bays (gonna get vented bay covers) 1 2x120 with built in reservoir under case top panel (fans will be pull so it will fit entirely inside of the case. I think for GPUs this will be more than enough cooling for now and the forseeable future. These are existing radiators I already have. This will also serve to massively increase case airflow. Not that it's bad as is, but considering how hot the VRMs can get this can only help CPU loop: Swiftech Apogee XL block MCP655 fixed speed pump (exactly the same as the 650 really) 2x 3x140mm radiators in bottom of case (I plan on mounting these in a triangular fashion. The fans will be attached to the side panels and shrouded to meet the radiators. I may go quad 140s if they'll fit. Now the CPU loops pump will be in the bottom, but i'm not 100% sure where I want to mount the other pump. I was thinking possibly behind the radiator in the 5 1/4 bays similar to the current radiator. I just need to see how the video card blocks point to see what'd work best. I also have a couple extra single 120mm radiators, would it be worth throwing one or two where they fit? I have a Black Ice and a brand new XSPC rad that didnt fit into a case I was building. Also, if you know the case or check the link, you'll see there's a little shroud meant to help duct air for the CPU cooler. I was going to modify it to pull air over the VRMS instead. Probably cut a window into it for aesthetics, plus it gives me a use for the plexi scraps I have. Posted a pic of the side panel I bought, I also have the original non windowed one that it came with. I plan on looking into having it anodized after I cut the exhaust in the bottom. Is there any way to touch up anodizing easily? I need to also cut a vent on the backside the way that i'm doing the radiator setup.