Yep, I've thought long and hard about the comedic merits of tippexing an 'S' onto my NAD phono pre-amp, but so far have not been convinced....
Mobo - Abit BH6 (lol), a good old BX440 chipset complete with ISA slots
Graphics card - 16MB chaintech Voodoo Banshee (rofl)
CPU - Celeron 333 (roflmao). Upon removing the dusty stock heatsink for cleaning, I noticed that there wasn't even any thermal compound on the CPU die, although this was extremely pleasant from a cleaning point of view, I decided to stick some ceramique on there.
Either the slot-1 interface doesn't incorporate thermal readings from the CPU or there just isn't a CPU thermistor, because the only reading I get from the board is a system temp, which hovers around 35C. The hard drive also reads around 35C through SMART - it's my old cuda IV in a coolermaster case (fan removed).
I twisted the intake vents on the PSU (as recommended on SPCR) and mounted it so the air path is vertical rather than horizontal (http://www.silentpcreview.com/article15-page1.html
) and it runs pretty cool. The banshee however, will probably be covered in melted insects by the end of the summer.
Having a computer stuck to the wall also provokes tricky questions from visitors - 'why do you need a computer on your wall...?'