Hi all, Currently looking round for components for a new PC. I'm going to be going the A64 route (socket 939 since that appears to have the most longevity & should support dual core CPU's when then become available), probably the 3500+ or 3800+ depending on what pennies i can scrape together (I'm assuming that now AMD has 90nm CPU's the prices on the chips should drop within the next month or so). The most intensive task is likely to be image editing, with the odd bit of gaming thrown in as well now and then (currently just Full Spectrum Warrior, CAll of Duty, but will probably give Doom3 or Half-Life 2 a go at some point). I'm most concerned about making sure my new rig is quiet. My current PC is really bad noise wise (you can hear it in other rooms in the house), so I'm looking for a quiet PSU and a case that does a good job of dampening any vibrations etc. PSU wise, I've seen that a company called Silentmaxx have some near-fanless PSU's (i.e. they're passive cooling most of the time & fans only kick-in after a certain temperature) but these are well over £100 everywhere I've found them on the 'net. I'm currently considering the Tagan 480W PSU, as quietpc.com list it on their site (albeit at £10 more than elsewhere on the web). I'm just not sure what to get case-wise. Whatever case i get needs to have enough bays for 2 CD/DVD drives, and 2 internal HD's, plus front sockets for USB & Firewire. I'm probably oging to look at some alternative cooling options other than the stock CPU fan a few months down the line, but are there any alternatives for GPU's? From what I understand nvidia's cards still need what appears to be a small hair drier to keep cool, which could be annoying as i understand their cards are also the only fully DX9.0c compatible ones about right now. So, does anyone have any recommendations?