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|20th May 2003, 12:29||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Half-Passive Watercooling setup
Looks pretty nifty, performance is on par with the aircooling, but silent as hell!
|20th May 2003, 13:13||#3|
perhaps at hot summerdays useing a fan to cool yourself, you can point the fan onto you radiator too.
Nice thinking (concept for the radiator).
I like the most NO NOISE.
Perhaps, when haveing enough room you could use the whole radiator of an old refrigerator.
|20th May 2003, 16:17||#4|
not bad, but he could have soldered an iron mesh on the copper radiator (on the rad of a real fridge there are some smaller fins between the big copper tubes)
|20th May 2003, 20:36||#5|
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