Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by OnePostWonder, Dec 18, 2011.
Not for these images, all that is left is cashed google results.
thats a retro water block. probably from before when CNCs were cheap.
omg these are all so bad
No no. These are all so WTF.
While some might say "so steampunk". bleh.
Here is a big POS!
Kudos to this guy for creativity/engineering. Thanks for linking this, it gave me a smirk.
This is proper WTF.
Not a great pic, but from another forum where the guy has used an old Ford Fiesta Radiator....
Well. At least its passively cooled. No noise!
its as if it a crystallized formation originating from the CPU O:
Hope they don't have earthquakes were he\she lives lol.
i have to say thats fantastic, i ever imagine if i have water cooling setup im gonna use real radiator on it
the wetter the better
Dunno wich GFX is but seems Nvidia.
I don't know how the flow on that card works but I like it!
Looks like a 9-legged spider...
Uhmmm what you guys think ?
Interesting... but probably doesn't perform as well as other similar setups available, like the h70.
You're finding some gold today! Both things... DO WANT!
Wouldn't a regular tower cooler be better at this point?
I'm surprised no one has posted the NVidia Geforce FX 5800 Ultra. Sure, the heatsink looked somewhat conventional, but its noise was certainly over the top.
For anyone who hasn't heard one, take a listen.
Though this was the first commercial exhausting cooler. It was the starter of coolers that don't heat up PC case internals. The class of coolers that i like the most, though they mostly only make rubbish reference ones that tend to start to rattle very quickly...
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