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Can I compact a liquid cooling system?

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So what I would like to do is somehow have the entire liquid cooling system inside the case. I am only cooling my cpu and wanted to know how possible this could be. The only part of the system that would be outside the case is the radiator, but is it possible to make it very subtle or even possibly inside the case?
The case is the Thermaltake 6001 case. Its a very big case and the projected liquid cooling system
is:'
Swiftech Apogee GTZ Extreme Performance CPU Waterblock
Swiftech Apogee-GTZ-Ci7 for Intel® Core® i7 Compatibility
Swiftech MCP655 12VDC Pump
Swiftech MCRES-Micro Rev 2
PrimoChill Anti-Kink Coils 3/4"
Tygon Tubing 1/2 ID / 3/4" OD
Dangerden Silver Compression Filling 1/2" to 3/4"
EK High-Flow Fitting (G 3/8" Thread, 1/2" OD)
YATE LOON 120x120x20mm Case Fan Medium Speed
Feser One F1 Cooling Fluid - UV BLUE - 1 Liter

I was looking between the radiator:
Thermochill PA120.1 Radiator
Thermochill PA120.2 Radiator
Thermochill PA120.3 Radiator

Thank you all and Happy Holidays

EDIT: Its for cooling a core i7 940
Edited by zerobahamut - 12/24/08 at 11:09am
 
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Might be able to. Ive seen Cyberdruid work magic before. IF not you could consider building an External Box with all your WC in it.
    
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look at my slow chemicals log . I've squeezed 2 rads into a slightly smaller, but nearly identical case.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by alexgheseger View Post
look at my slow chemicals log . I've squeezed 2 rads into a slightly smaller, but nearly identical case.
WOW. Very nice JOB!!!!!


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Sorry to say, but you selected the wrong Armor.

The original model like mine allows you to fit a full 120.3, plus possibly another 120 or even 240 internally.

Look at the "How to cable manage your TT Armor" Link in my sig for all the pics of my mountings.


The 120.2 should be able to handle the CPU only, though perhaps a 120.3 will be better (since everyone gets hooked on watercooling, and finds the need to cool more.)
Edited by trueg50 - 12/24/08 at 2:48pm
    
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