Remember when DVD drives, SD card readers and fan controllers were cool?
This used to be air cooled, but it was never enough. The AMD FX CPU just ran too hot. It has an AIO now.
This is an old PC. My first custom cooling loop. I am sorry if the specs are incomplete, but I can't remember what they are, plus you can't buy this stuff anymore anyway.
This PC got it's name because I ran it for 3 years without changing the fluid. The biosides were not great back then. When I eventually changed the fluid, there was slime buildup in it. Since the fluid was green, it looked like the slime from Ghostbusters. After a good clean, it worked fine.
This has AMD Radeon memory (not made anymore) it is not in the list here so I chose a different brand.
This used to be in a beautiful Lain-Li case. During the first rebuild, I put it into a Fractal Design case so I could add a custom water loop. It ran for 3 years before it developed the slime.
After I cleaned out the slime it ran for another year. By this time AIOs came out and was a perfect fit for the FX chip. I removed the EK custom loop and added a Corsair 240 AIO (Old School H100 I think), don't have to worry about slime now.
Still running this computer today, in a server closet. I did steal the CFL tube from it for another build, bit it still looks OK. This PC was never ment to be a looker.