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    Best H2O rig/case mod ever

    Okay...I gotta pick up my jaw offa the grounf after I saw this:
    http://www.procooling.com/articles/h..._3_-_joe.shtml
    Last edited by Frodo Baggins; 10-23-01 at 08:44 PM.

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    me wants

    BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    meh

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    thats insane!

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    still looking at the aricle at the moment

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    yeh, it is probably the best, but it looks ugly - if anyone is going to spend that mych time and money on a case then they should really concentate on looks, althought some people may find it looks nice, i dont.

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    I thought it look crazy uba-l337

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    Originally posted by the overclocker
    yeh, it is probably the best, but it looks ugly - if anyone is going to spend that mych time and money on a case then they should really concentate on looks, althought some people may find it looks nice, i dont.
    it doesnt look nice. but it does look SERIOUS. it looks like it means business. i kinda like it.

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    That is nice, but man to go through all of that work, put the article together, and not have hardware to put in it would simply blow. I can't wait to see some data on the temps!

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    Thats some pretty sweet dye. I wonder where he got it, and what it does to the temps?

    I WANT SOME!!!

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    goto http://www.overclock-watercool.com

    The dye is only seen near some kid of UV light I think, but I don't think it's very expensive

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    There is another place that has the dye in it, and most of it will also be seen in regular lighting.

    www.caseetc.com

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    Just actually finished reading that article. It confused the hella outta me at first, didnt understand why her was puttin in 3 pumps. but I finally saw the digital display with the labeled temp readings, 2 spus and a vid card... very nice rig there... wow... Rather interesting ideas going on here now...

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    slick. nice clean setup internally (or as clean as it gets). very efficient. well thought out. too bad the guy is assed-out on the asthetics. this had every potential to be an elegant, sexy little hover tank. instead its got the curves of an M2A2 Bradley and the paint job of a VW rabbit. jesus, just a can of paint and the ability to look like his mama doesn't dress him still...

    *sigh*

    science versus asthetics... the eternal battle rages on.

    *shrugs*




    ....what a machine though.

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    Cameron: Are you crazy, House? You can't divide by zero! The server is almost overloaded as it is, despite us having pumped it full of matrices!
    Foreman: He was right about that infinite sequence last week... maybe we didn't consider this could be an asymptotic problem.
    House: This is the only way! Sometimes solutions are NP complete and there's nothing anyone can do about it! Foreman, sneak into the physics department and reroute their servers to ours, we need the extra processors if we don't want this equation to go quadratic on us. Chase, patch the memory leak and install Matlab 9.3.
    Chase: Shouldn't we be using Mathematica for potentially asymptotic functions?
    House: When I want your opinion, I'll do an affine transformation to get it. I'm off to see Cuddy. Those parabolic eigenvalues of hers must be good for something.

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    I've seen much worse messes. It may not be the most beautiful setup but it is neat and tidy. Melikes

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    wow thats big pimpin, i would like to take that to a lan party

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