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There are hose quick-disconnect which shut off the liquid as you dis-connect them:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/23...tl=g30c101s182

yeah i know that, but every time you disconnect and reconnect your most likely going to get air in you lines and you'll loose some liquid because it "will" leak out when it is disconnected. Then your going to need 2 rads. one at home the other at school, or onboard the pc. And then those fittings are going to restrict your flow bad...Its just a pain, and thats why most people don't do it.

but lets say he did do it. he would have to adjust his OC as the temprature changes day to night, and even day to day. Thats just silly... also he cant use biscut fans on the rad for still air days because they are not designed for all weather like morning due, rain, snow, dust.
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If you get a big case like a Stacker or Armor you could make a slushbox fit. You or someone you know would have to know what they are doing with HVAC stuff. Get one of the 1/4hp compressors that is cylindrical in shape and get a res that can mount in your 5 1/2" bays and fit the evap in it), get a 120mm condenser, mount all your waterblocks and call it good.
    
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yeah i know that, but every time you disconnect and reconnect your most likely going to get air in you lines and you'll loose some liquid because it "will" leak out when it is disconnected. Then your going to need 2 rads. one at home the other at school, or onboard the pc. And then those fittings are going to restrict your flow bad...Its just a pain, and thats why most people don't do it.

but lets say he did do it. he would have to adjust his OC as the temprature changes day to night, and even day to day. Thats just silly... also he cant use biscut fans on the rad for still air days because they are not designed for all weather like morning due, rain, snow, dust.
Yeah, good point.
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So far I've looked everywhere and I cant find anything like a AC atachment for the rad on a watercooling kit. But i did find a few chillers for a hefty price...
http://www.aquastealth.com/index.asp...ProdID=93&HS=1
http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...cat=353&page=1
http://www.marinedepot.com/md_viewIt...Product=JB1111

then theres this method. but its kinda pointless to go through it all just to chill water..
http://www.procooling.com/index.php?...s&disp=84&pg=1
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