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Digital Storm Launches HydroLux PRO Enthusiast Water Cooling

Digital Storm announced that it will be launching the second generation of HydroLux PRO water cooling systems. The company's flagship systems will be offered with HydroLux PRO cooling and each one will include a custom cable management system to round out the look of these unique systems. 

Digital Storm said that the hard acrylic and copper tubing options offer long term durability and a sleek look. The company said the new HydroLux PRO high-performance cooling system features hard acrylic or copper tubing and includes 45-degree and 90-degree angled fittings to avoid bending the tubing, which Digital Storm said can make them fragile. The company said these flagship systems also include quick disconnect fittings for easy hardware replacement.

Digital Storm PC's with the new improved HydroLux PRO water cooling will be available on January 27. Pricing will vary depending on the hardware configuration.

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  • toddybody
    Beautiful, I've decided to make my next build with a full custom loop...but dayum it looks daunting with rigid tubing. Great to see clean water cooling in such small form factors. If only they didnt cost as much as my car :(
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  • beoza
    The blue case looks like it has a radiator and pump from Swiftech. Looks like it's from the H220-X or H240-X.
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  • Gam3r01
    The blue case looks like it has a radiator and pump from Swiftech. Looks like it's from the H220-X or H240-X.
    It is indeed, the waterblock is also Swiftech's Apogee XL waterblock. It also looks like an EKWB on the GPU. At least you know they are using quality components.
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  • JackNaylorPE
    17268758 said:
    Beautiful, I've decided to make my next build with a full custom loop...but dayum it looks daunting with rigid tubing. Great to see clean water cooling in such small form factors. If only they didnt cost as much as my car :(

    The rigid tubing really is not daunting at all provided ya have the tooling.


    http://www.overclock.net/t/1434002/wc-tools-thread

    Calipers - 146 - Digital Fractional Caliper - $29.96
    Http://www.generaltools.com/146--Digital-Fractional-Calipers_p_1228.html

    Tube Reaming Tool - Rigid Tool 223S
    https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/223s-227s-inner-outer-reamer
    http://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-Inner-Outer-Reamer-HDX085/204218601


    Tape - Wrap acrylic before cutting at cut point
    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14493/too-40/2_x_180_Modding_Masking_Tape.html

    Tube Mod Kit - 10mm / 12mm ID (EK-HD Tube D.I.Y. Kit 10&12mm)
    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21263/ex-tub-2005/EK_Solid_Tube_Modification_Kit_-_10mm_12mm_ID_EK-HD_Tube_DIY_Kit_10and12mm.html?tl=c633s2057b133

    And something other than hand saw with fine tooth blades.....also place tape on cutting surface booth sides of blade

    I used this as it was there

    This works
    http://www.amazon.com/Dremel-MS20-01-Moto-Saw-Variable-Compact/dp/B00AFELU6O
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  • Gam3r01
    Thats a cute little scroll saw
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