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    Default total liquid submersion PC

    OK who want to chip in to get the starter for a mere 3600 bucks and up lol

    http://www.hardcorecomputer.com/

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=or4F4...VideoTour.html

    It's kind of cool but I think for that price I can build a few better running PC's lol.
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    Default Re: total liquid submersion PC

    Or you can just put it outside. Should keep it at a balmy -20 C.
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    Default Re: total liquid submersion PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Or you can just put it outside. Should keep it at a balmy -20 C.
    you might be on to soething here... some kinda rack or mounting system, that hangs out the window......
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    Default Re: total liquid submersion PC

    dampness, and ice build up. I still think beer fridge would be good for OC[ing
    That's what she said !

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    It would be a lot cheaper to just make one. This would make upgrading a messy experience though.

    http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php
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    Default Re: total liquid submersion PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Chako View Post
    It would be a lot cheaper to just make one. This would make upgrading a messy experience though.

    http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php

    wanna help me with a project?

    I've got the perfect over-average temperature system to do this with - i've been plotting this for some time - there were a couple members interested in helping me out, the biggest problem was the case tray... this one is ideal (and the one puget used). - Lian Li Replacement Removable Motherboard Tray - PC-6X http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...1ca6e52f3a3687

    The other major component in this is the Eclipse System 6 Aquarium... i'm willing to pay this myself.. if someone is able to help me locate a tray, that would be amazing - as i said, some tried to help, but nothing was quite suitable enough.

    I'm ready to do this... Who's willing to help?
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    Default Re: total liquid submersion PC

    I have a tray u can have I even told you long time ago I had one. lol.
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