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Cooling radiator / heater core for shuttle

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by God, 12 Aug 2004.

  1. God

    God What's a Dremel?

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    what is a good readiaor or heater core that can fit inside a shuttle with 2 120mm fans? (1 fan will be mouned on the back)
     
  2. olv

    olv he's so bright

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    erm, being God, i thought you would have noticed how small a shuttle is and how large a dual 120mm Rad is, even a single 120mm radiator would pretty much dwarf a shuttle and would have to be externally mounted.

    An 80.1 rad is about as big as you're gonna go for a shuttle.
     
  3. at_mosby

    at_mosby What's a Dremel?

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    Big Fans, Little Cases

    You could always put one on each side, pulling the air in on the left, and then exausting to the right. Not sure that you could mount the fans inside the case, you will more than likely need to mount them outside the case.

    Now a couple of glowing fans and some nice case artwork, that would be cool.
     
  4. slater

    slater Mummy Says Im Special

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    Try a 120mm-80mm adaptor with a 120mm rad hanging out the back :cooldude:
     
  5. keir

    keir S p i t F i r e

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    the thermal take aquarius II rad would be good for a shuttle, would probibly fit the same as the i.c.e
     
  6. God

    God What's a Dremel?

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    does teh thermaltake aquarius 2 radiator use a 120mm fan? do i need to buy one of does it coem with one? are the barbs 1/2inch? whre can i buy just he radiator and not the entire kit?
     
  7. Risky

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    Its an 80mm Rad and the pipes are 7 or 8mm OD iirc (but I'd need to measure).
     
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