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April 27, 2006 6:24:06 AM

Just curious, is there any case water cooling?
I think it's gonna be useful for those who live in a hot country like me. My case temp is 42C.

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April 27, 2006 6:52:09 AM

I don't think so, in that case place it somewhere cool like in front of the a/c or get a fan blowing towards the case to cool it down a bit.
April 27, 2006 7:12:46 AM

There is a case that ultilizes the case as part of the water tank/ reservoir. http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_p...

But if you're concern with the temperature in your case, like Chuckshissle said, you'd be better off sticking fans in the case to suck in and out air to ensure efficient air flow.

An alternative option if you are looking to keep it cooler than fans can....check these out: http://www.sytrin.com/product.html or more specifically http://www.sytrin.com/3b-I-1.html

It basically uses the peltier effect and blow the cold air into your case. Depending on if its avaliable at where you live, you might want to give that a try as well.
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April 27, 2006 9:39:24 PM

hmm if the actual cas eis hot yah get a fan or something to cool it off, if ur CPU is hot, look for Tuniq Towers ,best air HSF out there
April 28, 2006 6:19:46 AM

Nice cases, but $259.95 for a case is crazy, I rather buy Pentium D 930.
Well if I open my case, temp is still 38-40C, many fans will be very noisy. I'm avoiding AC coz I want to save money.
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