Hey guys, sorry for another Ncase M1 build... seemed like there was some interest in seeing the M1 with two 240 rads in it though. Ill do the generic "what's in there" list then, pictures! Computer: - 4790K OC at 4.8GHz - EVGA GTX 780 SC - 16GB Trident X 2800MHz - 256 GB 840 pro SSD - Silverstone SX600-G - Asus Impact VI Cooling Loop: - 2X Alphacool ST30 240mm rad - Swiftech Apogee Drive 2 - EK FC780GTX water block (Copper) - FrozenQ Ncase M1 reservoir - 2X Scythe GT AP-15 - 2X Scythe Slipstream slim 1600RPM Before I start, sorry for the potato quality I took them on my Iphone. Everything fits in, it was a tight though, the two extra tubes for the second rad was definitely noticeable. Probably the hardest water cooling loops to set up ever. Once i was finished I was bleading from almost every knuckle. This is probably the most interesting part. Since I placed the fans on the bottom of the radiator the rad/fan combo was able to rest over the front I/O cables. Also the rad cover is about 5mm over the actual fins so between the fins and the graphics card there is almost a whole cm. I know its not much... was a nice surprise though. Also that the radiator is only secured on 1 half because of how far the front I/O sticks out thank you Ncere for putting that extra fan mounting hole on the bottom worked out great! Alright guys here's my idle temps with my room at 75.7F (24.28C). These temps are with stock cpu voltage and clock. If you want to see my temps at my 4.8GHz clock let me know they idle more at high 30s low 40s. I thought that stock bios setting was more relevant. These temps are after playing an hour of watch dogs with "The Worse Mod" V1 and full reskin. Scary seeing the max temps reached almost 70C at some point, when i was watching it though it stayed around the mid 50s to low 60s. Take it how you will.