First off a huge thankyou to Space Monkey. Top chap. So I had a load of parts left over from a few upgrades and none of them work 100% so I didn't want to sell them. I decided it was time our squad got a proper gaming server, as we are sick of Claymore Campers (TM). Now I originally planned to drop this on our LAN host, Gary, but it turns out he doesn't have room for it (I am not surprised LOL) so I will be hosting it. Here is the pile I had. X99 Puke Like (R) (TM) PAT PENDING gaming 16 core ES Broadwell E Xeon Corsair H80i V2, that occasionally sounds like a coffee machine but works fine. Cougar Commander 650w 120gb WD SSD Some uber cheap of the cheap RGB fans left over from another project. It was cheaper to buy two kits than one and extra fans. An old Quadro FX 4600? something like that. It's an 8800 GT with 768mb One 6 pin GPU extension. RAM is coming by ways of another squad member, and I ordered some cables from OCUK the other day. Space Monkey sold me the case for very cheap. It had a couple of issues, but they were easily fixed. Big Chungus is big, very big. A size 10 Nike for scale. I originally didn't see anything funny in this picture, until I noticed the G4 MDD cowering in the background looking very puny. That did give me a chuckle or three. So it was straight to work spending three hours trying to fit the AIO in all sorts of configurations before realising this case is a total doggy. Before that though I had to fix the PSU sled. As it wasn't riveted at the factory and was bent and flopping around. Fit the base. And start wiring. I then found out the HDD area bit was not removable Fit the AIO incorrectly. Then fix it later. Make a back plate for the GPU (still in progress ignore it) And then put it on life support and test the fans. Dear.God. PSU now fitted. Then spent three hours doing this. Only to find I can not even spell my own user name correctly. I am leaving it though, again it makes me laugh. Finish the wiring. And then realise the HDDs look terrible so use an old scrap of glitter red acrylic I had to cover them up. Just need to finish the custom back plate and then get some thermal paste and fit the RAM. I have these lying around also.