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Design Water Cooling Systems for Computers
Water-cooled PCs and servers are becoming more popular as we try to fit our computer systems into tighter, more confining spaces, where air-flow and fans can't keep our systems from overheating. The tips listed below use components found in a typical water-cooling kit. You can build some of these components yourself, but the cost difference is negligible.
* Plan where everything must go and make sure your PC's case is large enough to accommodate the water cooling system.
* Decide on how you want to attach the heater shroud to the heater core found in your kit. You can use 3B weld or threaded rods inserted through the four holes in the core, fastened by small nuts at either end. Using the rods is preferred, especially if you don't want the shroud to be a permanent component in your system.
* Check inside your PC's case to see if you have a hard disk drive rack blocking where you need to install the heater core in the frond of your case. You may need to remove the rack by either prying if off or drilling out the rivets holding onto the case.
Cooling Water Systems