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Ford Festiva radiator water cools PC!

2006-02-16 Radiator Pc64
Tiny Little Life writes – “Since case mods are popping up on Make, I thought I’d mention mine. I put together a water-cooled PC using a radiator from a Ford Festiva, and took pictures of the process. A Ford Festiva is probably the only car with a small enough radiator to use for this sort of thing.”Link.

8 thoughts on “Ford Festiva radiator water cools PC!

  1. Most water cooled cars and trucks have a device called a “heater coil.” These are basically small radiators (typically between 50 and 100 square inches and 1 to 2 inches deep), that are used to heat the vehicle interior.

  2. Most water cooled cars and trucks have a device called a “heater core.” These are basically small radiators (typically between 50 and 100 square inches and 1 to 2 inches deep), that are used to heat the vehicle interior.

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