NZXT Phantom (+ two of the 200mm LED fans by NZXT for side panel and top front)
MSI GTX 560 Ti Twin Frozr II
ASUS Xonar DG (for my creative fatal1ty headphones, the in-line amp was most important to me)
Battlefield 3 (downloading now).
I plan to keep my GTS 250, but only as a PhysX processor. But there's a foreseeable issue in this:
My motherboard's design leaves only one slot for my sound card: Right below my GTX 560 Ti and above my GTS 250.
I'm not sure that the 200m case fan blowing onto the cards is honestly going to make much of a difference in this layout. And I'm wondering, would a cheap VGA cooler (slim) work for the GTS 250 since it's only being used as a PhysX processor? Because both cards are dual slot, and if I could remove the cooler from the GTS 250 for something slimmer, my sound card can be placed in the PCI-E slot below the GTS 250: Making for much better cooling of the GTX 560 Ti and preventing the sound card from getting the heat of being stuck in between 2 GPUs.