This project is made on behalf of
*Awards are valid for Sweden only.
I give the word over to the people behind Inet;
"We here at Inet felt that we needed somehing special and unique to mark the start of something new, the acquisition of Indomo. A new era for computer modification and watercooling in Sweden.
We are proud to present our collaboration with Laine. For a couple of weeks you will get to follow as his creation comes to life. We gave Laine free hands to create and choose both what the computer should look like and what it should contain, both on hardware and cooling.
Here is part one av Mono - something beyond the ordinary."
A hastely thrown together 'proof of concept' of watercooling in a Lian Li PC-Q11B. I wanted to know that it was possible to get your basic setup into the case before promising anything about something groundbreaking.
The things again hastely mounted in the case to get an estimate of what will fit, this time the real deal, a PC-Q11W.
Early planning and placement of both the PSU and the rear radiator.
The PC-Q11W in relation to a Streacom/Wesena F1C. The computer on top is called Nano and a Swedish gallery for it can be found [HERE
CPU: Intel i7 2600K
GPU: KFA2 GeForce GTX 570 1280MB
MB: ZOTAC Z68-ITX WiFi
RAM: Corsair 8GB (2x4096MB) CL9 1600Mhz VENGEANCE LP White
PSU: Silverstone ST45SF 450W
SSD: Corsair SSD Force GT 120GB x2
CSE: Lian Li PC-Q11W
PMP: EK DCP 2.2
RAD: Black ICE SR1 120mm
RAD: Black ICE SR1 140mm
RES: EK Multioption 100mm
GPU: EK FC-GTX580DCII + EK-FC460GTX Backplate
CPU: EK Supreme HF
And copious amounts of mixed Bitspower fittings (41 in total I think).