coolermaster CM5. this cost me $450+ i suppose on top of whatever parts you have already running including the water conversion. the spare parts built 80% of a new folding rig in my old case. the red led fans are the only lighting. 4x120 and 1x80. i located the black ice extreme II radiator on the floor to eliminate as much water above the components as possible. in the lower front drive bays i cut a plate of polycarbonate/plexi-glass that slid in and the pump was zip-tied to it in place with rubber feet. the fans are 30Db or less and the pump is quieter than they are. so i moved the drives up into the higher bays each in a zalman heatpipe HDD cooler. i cut the bay covers out except for one and allowed it to mount the fan on. it blows out to draw air over the coolers that was brought in from the bottom radiator fans...also red. thsi helps as the airflow moves up over the memory...and also on the bottom of the 9800 pro video card helping cool it..better. also the flow moves around the northbridge passive cooler. as a result ive gont 100+mhz higher to the chips absolute stable limit on its max safe voltage, and have seen a 10c temp drop at max load on a new layer of AS5. also, i punched out the origional feet and used coller spacers and replacement rubber feet to provide elevation and room for the fans to breathe through the radiator up from the floor.