Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Claave, 16 May 2011.
I have a m-itx i7-870 build in a drawer of my desk. To hide it's bare,ugly RS.
Would love to see a video of this in action
I may have to enlist some help this year! We always include projects that have been featured in Custom PC and on bit-tech, plus several that never quite made it for various. It's always fun doing it though!
yeah and some better lit pics! great idea, I've considered doing this to my glass desk but with air cooling
That looks awesome!
Best ever if you ask me.
Shame though that in this occasion there aren't nearly enough components to fill the entire desk with. =P
There still some little mod waiting for that space in the middle
But now first a little break ^^
Anyone else get a semi?
Semi? fully turgid here
dammit! i was going to do something like this, now i'm just going to give up before i've even started
Nar, fraid you're wrong there. A friend lost his PC last month when Feser leaked from CPU block on to GPU. Fried motherboard and GPU. Caused a fire which filled the room with white smoke. I know someone else who had an expensive mobo destroyed by the same coolant. It's 10 x more conductive than the bi-distilled water. But of course anyone who wants to try it out and see is welcome to. Post your results here!
I've never tried Fluid XP.
Using Thermochill EC6.
Great work, can't wait for the remaining space filler.
Tasteful use of the Coaster for the wineglass = Noted
lol, here's my el cheapo version: http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=190072
but this mod is seriously beautiful. I love how he managed to stick the hard drives so far away and still not show any cables at all.
I'm gonna stick my neck out and say this is one of the best Mods I've ever seen on Bit-Tech.
He totally won my vote... He just made me want to do the same thing with my pc... :O
Holy **** that's awesome.
Lets not get silly here, any leak on live electronics is NOT good and all precautions should be taken to avoid it. A properly set up loop shouldn't leak at all, especially if its thoroughly checked.
Have to say that is the most amazing watercooling system I have ever seen. Us mere nubes can only dream of owning a system like that
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