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Passively Cooled PC

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by dazed554, Oct 12, 2008.

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    MKmods says thanks.
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    im sure the Big Typhoon would of done a better job then ripping it apart for the heat pipes
     
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    You can always have a house fan blowing on it...and the heat problem is solved, but it really does not look cool.
     
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    very nice, its always cool to see how other people do things. Good post Dazed:toast:
     
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    Man I wish I could build something like that!
     

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