A Home-Grown Water Cooler for 115 Dollars

Setting Up The Hoses And Wires

Now, the wires and hoses have to be set up for water and electricity. The following photos show how we placed the wires and hoses on our system.

The hoses feeding into the radiator are threaded through an opening in the case.

Hose inlet on the radiator.

The hose must be placed very carefully if it is placed over sharp edges.

Hoses inside a PC case.

We put the radiator and fans of our water cooler on top of the case of our PC. However, the water cooler can also be set up to run inside a PC case.

One more thing about our rather stout radiator - since we chose to install our cooling system on a standard tower case, the radiator was too large to fit into the case along with the rest of our equipment. If you own a large tower case, you should be able to install the radiator inside the case, which makes the entire setup look a bit spiffier.

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  • This would be a wonderful article, if we knew where the parts could be purchased, where can we get that radiator, pump.... Saying $115.00 withour this information could be a complete hoax.
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