Development of this AQUARIUM mod is based on two concepts: realiabitlity and extreme performance. Starting from the coolest and probably the biggest case availble (C700M) i first spent days and days trying the best components placement thinking about keeping high flow rate, low temps and low noise, but also thinking about order and beauty. Water cooling is divided in two loops (one for gpus, one for motherboard and ram): every loop has its own reservoir, pump, radiator, flow and temp sensors...but both loops are controlled by a unique Aquaero central Unit. Every possible fault (leak, empty reservoir, high temp, etc) is taken under control by the Aquaero, generating warnings or alarms or critical shutdown actions depending on its own severity. Air-flow design consists of push-pull high-pressure fans configuration, with custom electronic boards controlling the opening and closing of front and top panel for better outlet flow when needed: those boards controls the delta temperature between air and coolant, but also check at which speed the fans are rotating (duty cycle %). There's no need to manually open or close, or even worse to remove case panels for getting a perfect airflow: everything is completely automated with high torque linear servos pushing or pulling case panels. Pull fans change colour depending on delta temperature (between air and coolant) from blue to red, while push fans colour follows the main mod theme: blue, while the uv coolant becomes green under uv strips installed insider the case. Another unique element of this mod, except the use of robotics, is the lcd front panel: an oled screen showing every possible wanted system info. Temperatures, percentage use of cpu/ram/gpus, fps etc: even when benchmarking or playing or watching a video at full screen, critical system info are under control with nice graphs and gauges. Modding techniques used (cutting case panels, installing hinges, using custom electronic boards, replacing top mesh panel with fume policarbonate panels, installing linear servo motors, installing a complex water cooling system inside the case, and using a programmable rgb lighting system) were studied not to alter too much the beauty and the desing of the C700M but at the same time to get extreme performances from pc components installed, especially for the RTX 2080TI Xtreme Waterforce WB graphic cards.