TNN 500 AF assembled with Supermicro X9SRA, Intel Xeon E5-2620, Nvidia NVS 300
Detail of CPU block assembly. This is using zalman's
ZM-OC2011 -- LGA 2011 adapter for ZM-WB5/WB5 Plus water cooling blocks.
Detail of ZM-OC2011 which needs to be filled down a bit in order to fit CPU block on its place. Also there is a need to use some pads as OC2011 is too high in comparison with original used LGA 775 kit.
An attempt of cooling down even south-bridge chip.
Three heat-pipes from GPU (NVS 300) and one from south-bridge chip
SilverStone disk-drive box filled with 2 Skytche 2.5" drive silencer and one OCZ Vertex3 2.5" SSD.
SilverStone disk-drive box filled with 2 Skytche 2.5" drive silencer and one OCZ Vertex3 2.5" SSD, and box then fitted to TNN's drive plate.
Finally everything put together. The original TNN 500 AF's PSU is long time dead, so SilverStone NightJar ST40NF PSU is in use. It's not fitted to the case doors. This is indeed current disadvantage of the setup, but last LGA 775 setup survived this well too. And in fast PSU is quite cool.