I'm not sure if this is the right forum to ask this, but it seems the most appropriate, since none of the others quite fit this topic either. I'm going to be ordering a bunch of computer parts this Friday. I just about have the entire thing kitted out, but there's still one component I'm missing: a radiator. Now I have no experience with watercooling a PC. But considering the tremendous advantages it offers, the relative ease they go into a case these days, and the fact I'm going to be building into a case that's really damn tiny, I figured it'd be a good time to take the plunge. Now I'm building a Mini-ITX machine in a Silverstone FT03-Mini case. This video shows someone installing a radiator into the case I want to buy, and it looks dead stupid simple. Problem is, he neglects to tell everyone exactly what he's using (unless I missed it at some point). I've looked up 120mm rads on the internet, but since I don't know exactly what to look for, or even what brands are good, I could use some advice to help point me in the right direction. Anyone have any experience with this? I'm all ears if you do.