Heatkiller 3.0 Copper
Bitspower Black Freezer RIIE Chipset block
MCP355 Pump w/ XSPC Res. Top
Black Ice Extreme Gen II 480mm Rad.
8x San Ace 120
8x 38mm Shrouds
Masterkeeler 7/16ID 11/16OD Tubing
One of the fan headers that pulled apart from hanging the Sunbeam for too long.
In case you were wondering, yes the rad is being held up by books. Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah (Stephen King), Harry Potter 7 (JK Rowling), Insomnia (Stephen King)
I found out later (when I put everything back in my case for the third time) that I wasn't just grounding but that I had inadvertantly hurt my 24-pin connector with the paperclip trick so it won't turn on unless the plug is pulled out a little bit
So I destroyed my room
Really destroyed it
Bowl filled with yummy bolts
Stock chipset heatsink that I cut in half with my dremel (For anyone that thought I was kidding about all of the trouble I had).
At least they used copper for the heatpipe.
The white spacer underneath the chipset block was the bane of my existence. You put the screw with a spacer through the back of the mobo, you flip the motherboard over with the help of a box (so the screws don't fall out), put the white spacers on the front, place the chipset block on the screws, pray, pray some more, flip the motherboard over again so you can see the back, hope that none of the white spacers moved, screw in all 6 allen screws without losing a single spacer, flip it back over and find out one moved, break something (not computer related), and start again.