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[Case Gallery] Super Piston Custom Water Cooling

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by crack legion, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. crack legion Guest

    To view this case mod, go here.

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    I made my own case similar to Edelweise from million dollar PC hehehe, I made my own water block came from a motor cyle piston, Accumulator from a flower vase cylinder, Custom Cable management using spaghetti tube, i made my own SATA long wire 1.5 meters long on the HDD and DVD-RAM,

    Special thanks to "Virgilio Cabahug jr." for machining my Piston Cover and Connectors, and "Jay (KH0UJ) Nayon" for drilling the Accumulator Glass and setting up the wirings, "Rene Blanco" for the Custom Paint Job and specially me hehehehe
     
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  2. crack legion Guest

    My Radiator came from a minivan heater core, and i used a submessible aquarium pump 220VAC 800L/Hour, My core temps are 6 celsius in each core, coolant is from caterpillar heavy equipment, The case is made of plywood, body filled and i used automotive paint for finishing
     
  3. vir377 Guest

    Owss :)

    I no that
     
  4. vir377 Guest

    6-10 degre's cold
     
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    Wtf




    First off, it's "I know that" and second, how do you know anything unless he either explained it all in the description or you assisted him in building it. Post comments that at least make sense or don't post at all.
     
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    He said 6, not 6 - 10, so I'm gonna guess he knows what he is talking about in reference to his own equipment unless you are referring to your rig in which that should have been explained.
     
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    Awesome setup...........9/10.............nothing more creative than "real" custom parts
     
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    Great job! Total representation of what this sight is about...and an Autobot too +1 point! Crack legion sounds decepticon-ish though. Anyway cool rig.
     
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    That is very cool 10/10
     
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    A piston to circulate the water.....
    I like it.

    I wonder how a rotary powered one would be possible.
    Not that I am into those noisy engines in the first place.

    I would like to see a water cooler where you could actually see the pistons moving.
    Seeing the mechanical parts regardless of how uneconomical it maybe.
     

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