Lawton's LCD Computer - Mark 3

Coinciding with motherboard failiure, I decided to make some changes to neatness, usability, servicability and improvement so it would not fail the same way again

The motherboard's south bridge failed. The CPU and north bridge were always cooled well, but the south bridge would get very hot and crash during video playback with dts sound, (sound decoding was done in the south bridge). In the cramped environment the south bridge achieved temps past 100degC. Now that it was required to be disassembled, water cooling and all, it was the kick in the butt needed to make the system better. This involved new motherboard, cooling the south bridge and tying up the loose ends that were left in the last build.

Unsatisfied with the messy and hosing that could not be "unplugged" I sought out quick disconnects from Koolance, which in hindsight is a MUST HAVE for water cooling systems. The system is now fully disassemblable, neat, consistent hose sizes, internal hard drives and software monitorable and adjustable with Koolances TMS200 system. Check it out below:

Specifications: Features:
* Intel Core 2 Duo 8400 3.0GHz
* 4GB Corsair Dominator 1066
* Gigabyte GeForce 8600GT MB PCI-e
* EVGA GeForce 8400T PCI
* 2x Seagate 750GB SATA HDD
* Samsung 245b 5ms 24" monitor
* Samsung 940b 5ms 19" monitor
* Samsung 913N 8ms 19" monitor
* Koolance TMS200 Thermal management system Software controllable
* Swiftech CPU & Koolance North/South Bridge, HDD's, GPU's Waterblocks
* 2x black ice radiators
* 2x Thermal take pumps, 2x Koolance Flow meters, 10x temp sensors, 10x fan control
* Scythe 6x120mm rad fans
* Front mount Bulgin illuminated switches (including DVD activity and eject)
* Front mount USB2.0
* Compact Single Unit Design
* External IDE, SATA and power plugs for external drive connection