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Water Cooled Lian-Li PC70


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There are many options available to water coolers these days. You can buy a configured case and add your components and go. Or you can purchase a kit or individual components and install them in a case you choose. My ultimate goal was a quiet water cooled system that performed well using a mildly overclocked dual CPU motherboard. I opted for individual pieces and chose two Danger Den acrylic topped Maze3 water blocks, a Black Ice Extreme radiator, an Eheim 1250 water pump, and ½" Tygon hose. Coolant is distilled water with Redline Water Wetter, using a 4 ounce to the gallon mix. System flow is 95GPH.

A very nice looking Lian Li and an excellent job of modding it to look and work well. I want one, now.

http://www.systemcooling.com/modules.php?n...article&sid=208

"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the impurities

in our air and water that are doing it." --Al Gore, Vice President

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I like the 68, but man that's a lot of green.

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Well it looks as though I might have to get out of the under $100 case rut, now! I gotta have one for my next rig!

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I'm looking to get into a CHieftec

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I'm looking to get into a CHieftec
Chieftecs are great for the $$$. I picked up this for $68 shipped from Newegg.

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Only thing I did was the side intakes and the blowhole.

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I really like the black. Newegg has some great deals

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