A silent water cooled PC made with parts from Home Depot

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A silent water cooled PC made with parts from Home Depot

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Jake writes – “When the GPU fan on my PC’s video card started to rattle I decided to make the quietest PC I could manage. The CPU and power supply are cooled by the thermosiphoning of water and the convective flow of air alone, no fan, no pump. And most of the parts came from the plumbing aisle at Home Depot!”Link.

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