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luki1979

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Decided on water-cooling my oldish system. I modified Antec 650 kulher but pump wasn't strong enough :(

 I've added cheap pump from amazon which is way too noisy on full speed so I've build my own Arduino PWM controller. 

Nice and quiet now. 

 

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Specs are in my signature. 100% Vanilla - only FakeSMC kext is used.

This build meant to be cheap and cheerful, mainly made from spare parts I had and some eBay bargains.

It's actually very fast machine considered it cost me £250 in total.

 

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Thanks 

 

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