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    Fits in cd slot.

    What a smart idea, I really like the look of this.
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    I agree, I was seriously looking at this not more then 2 days ago! I really liked it a lot, however:
    This is NOT what I would consider a "performance kit", but for someone looking for an "all-in-one" mid-level solution, it's an OK choice.
    What do you think though? think it's a decent system??
    Also what's the price range on that thing? I couldn't find it anywhere
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    That was a demo model, it hasn't started full production/distribution yet, that's why no price.

    I would need to see more results in terms of heat transfer before definitely going for one, but I think the idea has potential. It certainly looks smart too. The article suggests aiming for running it with fans set on low speed. That makes sense, you can always turn them up if things are getting a little warm.
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    atiVidia's Avatar ^would've been cool.
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    finally, a watercooling system that fits in my SFF:



    that is what my sff case looked like b4 i added stuff to it. it r0x!

    ive got 1 free slot and this is pERfect!!!!!

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    Originally posted by atiVidia@26 February 2004 - 21:21
    finally, a watercooling system that fits in my SFF:



    that is what my sff case looked like b4 i added stuff to it. it r0x!

    ive got 1 free slot and this is pERfect!!!!!
    Those shuttle type PCs rule. I saw one designed to look exactly like a stereo in a shop nearish me.

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    i think it msi that do them

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    temperature adjustment buttons
    i wish haha

    that thing look spretty cool, but something ive always wondered. how do you get teh water through into the pipes without leaving any airgaps and without spilling any onto the electrical components?

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    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@26 February 2004 - 21:47
    temperature adjustment buttons
    i wish haha

    that thing look spretty cool, but something ive always wondered. how do you get teh water through into the pipes without leaving any airgaps and without spilling any onto the electrical components?
    Very carefully.
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    so lynx, is that water cooler you first stated the only one that fits in a cd-rom bay? I havn't seen any others like it before...
    I like the idea though
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    It is the only one I've seen.
    I think I would want it at the top of my system, with a blowhole mounted directly above.
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