So I'm planning on putting together a 3930K gaming and workstation machine (at last) next week, but I'd like some input on my decisions. Intel Core i7-3930K (ideally overclocked to 4.5GHz, daily stable) Corsair H80 2x 4x4GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 C9 kit (I wanted Ripjaws Z, but don't seem to be available) ASUS Rampage IV Extreme (Formula isn't available and hasn't got 8 DIMM slots anyway. Sabertooth might be a cheaper alternative though, but it kinda lacks pointers I want) Palit GTX 560Ti Twinlight Turbo 1024MB GDDR5, or ASUS GTX 560Ti DirectCU II TOP 1024MB GDDR5 Kingston HyperX 120GB SSD Seagate Barracuda XT 3TB ThermalTake Chaser Mk-I I'd like to know if anyone has experience with the Palit Twinlight Turbo and ASUS DirectCUII cards and which might be the better choice here. Bear in mind that I don't intend to keep the card particularly long as I intend to replace it with a Kepler card in due time, or relegate it to PhysX duties at that time. The next question is what kind of temperatures or overclocking targets could I expect from the 3930K on the H80? Would the H60 do (it'd save me $40)? And is the tubing on these Corsair liquid coolers long enough to fix into a bottom fan intake? How's the pre-applied thermal paste, is it better for me to use my tube of MX-2? Or is it simply a better idea to buy a humongous air cooler? Does anyone here have experience between the Seagate Barracuda XT drive and the existing Western Digital 6Gbps FAEX 2TB? Due to the recent price hikes, I can buy the XT for the same price as the FAEX 2TB (which was what I intended to get at first), but I've been rather wary of Seagate lately. For the Kingston HyperX SSD, I'm aware that Sandforce and Intel controllers are just not friends with each other and get random BSoDs. Has anyone got this HyperX drive and had BSoDs, or a fix for it? Is it a better idea for me to buy a Crucial m4 instead? And are there any programs I can use for a manual TRIM command, as I intend to install Vista. Last thing I want to ask about; the case - I'm sure there are some around here using the Corsair Graphite 600T - is there any way at all to turn its lights off? On the other hand, is it worth an extra $110 to buy the Thermaltake Level 10 GT instead? I'm of course carrying over my existing HDDs and optical drives, plus my audio card. Thanks in advance, Gurus.