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|11th August 2007, 14:47||#1|
OCTB rev 1.0, CPU container
Fatt Jack , ditched the name in favour for the team.
Size : 110mm X 80mm
Price : copper ->60
------>cutting --> 80 (+-4.5hours)
------>mounting --> 10 (not yet made)
Unlike Fatt jack 1.0 it's a : Orginal concept.
The internals are special due a special feature at the bottom that no one has shown to date Unlike others i have no problem with showing my internals .
Tuesday it's testing day on the Quad and let's hope it wil perform as it looks like.
Pics say more then...
Last edited by Pardons : 11th August 2007 at 14:49.
|11th August 2007, 15:01||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2004
VERIEE nice Steven
watercooling, chilled water,direct phase change, cascade, custom modding
|11th August 2007, 15:14||#4|
Join Date: Apr 2005
1 nadeel steven is door dat base en de rest van de tube bij alles hangt op Ln˛ = freezing board
ma voor de rest very nice en orgineel
|11th August 2007, 15:25||#5|
It's handmade Jmke
and due it's lenght no easy lol..
btw the pic is misleading, its bigger at the bottom (surface ) than the walls above
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