How To Build a Water Cooled Mini-ITX SFF PC w/ Ivy Bridge &

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How To Build a Water Cooled Mini-ITX SFF PC w/ Ivy Bridge &

Post by ces » Fri May 11, 2012 5:00 pm

How To Build a Water Cooled Mini-ITX SFF PC w/ Ivy Bridge & Kepler
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Re: How To Build a Water Cooled Mini-ITX SFF PC w/ Ivy Bridg

Post by Lsv » Fri May 11, 2012 7:44 pm

Neat little box, nothing out of the ordinary though. If they dremeled some more they could probably fit a Maingear Epic 180mm closed loop system in there :)

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