Hot on the heels of last week's impressive water-cooled Xbox 360 by Dano2k0, PC cooling company Koolance has taken this console modification one step further. The Xbox 360 Complete Kit allows console owners to water-cool their own 360s, requiring minimal changes to the console itself while offering lower heat levels, all for the tidy sum of $394.00. As Koolance points out, the console itself is not included, meaning that you'll be spending $700-$800 total between the console and cooling unit.
Koolance also warns users that installation is "labor-intensive", "not for the faint of heart", and has the minor effect of, oh, voiding the 360's warranty completely. A minor detail, really. The kit itself comes with an Exos-LT cooling unit (the pumps, reservoir, radiator, etc), cooling blocks for the CPU and GPU, and the usual coolants, pastes, and whatnot.
Available in either gray or black, you can find out more about the Xbox 360 Complete Kit by checking out Koolance's Product Page: