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Thread: Now This Is What I Call A Neat Water Cooled Setup.




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    Now this is one very clean neat water cooled setup and it would have to be the best I've seen so far.
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    It is very nice..... must have cost him a ****load to fit that rig out nicely with all the copper :eek:
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    He's certainly spent a lot of time and effort on it. :sun:

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    Looks neat and speaky clean, but where do you mount the hard drive? :eye:
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    in a 5.2" bay silly... :)

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    At a glance, that 5.25" set of drive bays only holds three devices. Since I use three optical devices, I ask again... where do you put the hard drive? :geek:
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    yeah what if you are using a 4 drive Raid Array with three optical drives like me. Although the rig is kick ass

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    Well actually the guy uses it as his LAN rig so I'd imagine that he would want to try and keep the wieght down as much as possible seein' has he has to carry it around quite often. So it doesn't matter to him that he only has to put his floppy, HDD and CD-RW in the 3 available 5.25" bays.
    All he's really worried about is that his overclocked beast will stay cool durin' hours of fraggin' away. He also has another PC as well.
    A similar setup could be built into a larger case where room would be sufficient for those wanting the extra drive capacity and not wanting to lug the thing to LANs but as they say "Different strokes for different folks". :smokin:
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    :laugh: LOL :laugh:

    Do we live in an age of extravegances or what? How many folks would think about creating a special case just for a LAN?

    Of course, that makes sense now. A CD and a couple of hard drives for leeching would be good enough for that. :cheers:
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