I have upgraded my computer to a Q6600 G0 and 8800GT (PoV) in Sli with 4Gb (2x 2Gb) of OCZ memory. All on a 680i EVGA board! With a 620W Corsair PSU. (EDIT: also in between the GFX cards is a Creative X-Fi Xtreme gamer)
All fitting into a Super LANBoy case!!!
I am reusing my watercooling setup. With the fans I had which could have the lights turned off and the speed of the fans were also controlled.
Feel free to ask questions!
First the computer at stock to test it:
Note the messy wires and the rheostats at the back!
Next the CPU watercooler as I took it out:
This shows the cooler is a standard Asetek Antartica (s939), which I will mod to fit the Socket T motherboard.
Now I stripped the gfx cards:
I used an EK fullcover watercooling block for the GT's:
The waterblock is nice and shiny, but I could not lap it since the main GPU part is at a different height to the rest of the ram and power converter chips.
Now I had lying around some ram heatsinks so I had the idea of using them to cool the MOSFETS on the GFX card, here they both are:
Going by this pic I used Arctic adhesive to attach the heatsinks:
The next step was to lap my CPU and CPU heatsink, I'm glad I did as when I started it clearly showed that both were far from flat!
1st the CPU cooler:
Then to lap it:
As you can see the shadow in the middle a bow stick out!