Lately I've been trying to reduce noise in my desktop PC, but the knock on effect of this has been at the expense of cooling performance. I'm also bored of the case (which looks pretty grubby now) and the system colours as well as being fed up with the mess of cables inside (no cable management back then). As the case and complete water loop are in their 6th year of use the've had a good run and it's time for a change.
Initially I've decided against pulling my brand new GTX 670 card apart to add a water block to it, it also runs very quietly anyway. For now I'll cool the CPU and Aquaero fan controller with water, with a nice big rad that can support a GPU later and run fans at lower RPM and noise. I'm sticking with BitFenix fans because they look great and don't make too much noise and a bay res with integrated pump to save space.
Corsair 800D full tower case
XSPC RX360 radiator
XSPC twin D5 dual bay reservoir
Aqua Computer D5 pumps with USB/Aquabus
EK Supremacy CPU block
Aquaero 5 block
Aqua Computer inline temperature sensors
1/2" ID compression fittings and various other G1/4" fittings