This is actually a re-build of a Puget Systems computer; I stripped out almost everything and built it from the ground up using new components.
Antec P193 case
Gigabyte x58a-UD7 motherboard
Intel 980-x CPU
2 x Sapphire 5970 OC
Creative X-Fi Titanium Champion
6 x 2GB Kingston RAM (@ 1600 MHz / 8-8-8-24-2T)
1200W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
3 x 160 GB Intel X-25 SSDs
1TB WD Caviar Black HD
EK x58a-UD7 full-cover block
Koolance VID-597 v2 GPU blocks
Koolance CPU-360 v1.1 block & Indigo Extreme
Koolance TMS-200 Control Board
Koolance EHX-1320 4 x 120mm radiator & shroud (fans replaced)
Thermaltake TMG-1 120mm radiator & shroud
5 x Koolance 12025HBK 120mm fans (on the radiators)
Gelid Wing PL12 120mm fan (rear exhaust)
Notcua NF-P12 120mm fan (PSU / HD compartment intake)
200mm Antec Big Boy (side intake)
I have the front 120mm fans and 200mm side fan as intake, with the top-mounted EHX-1320 in a pull configuration exhausting air, along with the rear exhaust fan. I changed the EHX-1320 to pull air out of the case because a lot of cat hair was getting sucked into the radiator, and it was causing quite a mess. Much less trouble with that now that I changed the fans' directions. My cat loves to sit on top of my computer, unfortunately.
I also added in a Koolance TMS-200 control board, which can be mounted in a 5.25 bay and connected internally using a motherboard USB header. This board has connections for sensor inputs and control headers for fans and a pump. I connected a Koolance FM-17 flow sensor to it (right before the EHX-1320 radiator), as well as five temperature sensors, including a Koolance inline water sensor (right after the chipset.) The TMS-200 allows me greater control over pump and fan speeds, letting me ramp up cooling only when necessary based on the temperature sensors.
While the RP-1000 has some of this functionality, you can't customize the the fan profile like you can on the TMS-200.
Loop is pump-> 4x120mm rad -> cpu -> 120mm rad -> GPUs -> chipset
The original Puget system; I kept the GPUs (although updated the water blocks), the PSU (added some PSU cable extenders to route MB power cables behind the motherboard tray, the hard drives, optical drive, the X-Fi, the RP-1000, RAM and HyperX fan, and the EHX-1320 shroud & radiator (fans replaced.)