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post #1 of 21
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hey guys,

im new here, probably seen me round anyway just wondering what you guys think of this cooling solution, would i it be very efficient? would it give decent temps? im just interested about it, since its the only set up ive seen like it.











Its a Beautiful system! explains why its on MDP

cheers!
post #2 of 21
who cares how it cools-it looks sick!!!
i want one just to have for display.


-dimwit-
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post #3 of 21
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it looks so clean, if you have air conditioning in you house i think you would get good temps . but yeah if i had one it would be for display.
post #4 of 21
wow that looks... amasing.

there was just a thread about rads on the outside of cases, wether or not they looked good. i said "hells no!"


this makes me change my perspective. it looks so clean and.. im speechles..


honestly i do belive YES it would have decent temps, there is plenty of rad space. (provided that it is not stuck in a room or worse, a cubby with dead air.)
post #5 of 21
They watercooled an integrated video chip...
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post #6 of 21
"They watercooled an integrated video chip..."

Plus, it's a 2005's video chip
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They watercooled an integrated video chip...
it doesnt seem that completely impractical.

the lack of video card could indicate that they dont use any programs that would need intense dedicated video, however if the integrated graphics had a heatsink and fan that was noisy, or simply ran too hot it may have seemed worth it to the user to watercool it.

it seems as if thier ultimate goal was silent computing

not all PC users who require cooler computers use thier pc for gaming.
post #8 of 21
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but i do think a nice water cooled HD6970 with a backplate would look extremely nice
post #9 of 21
i would really like to know the temps level on it, other than that very clean.
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post #10 of 21
im suprised somone didnt mention this yet:

where is the optical drive? :O

by the looks of it one of the tubes would get in the way of installation and also would look like crap on the inside.

an unfourtunate hinder small form factors like this are hard to "perfect"
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