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  1. I was using that to describe how it works in an easier way to understand, and the whole point is to cool the liquid so removing that heatsink would make cooling alot slower and more unbalanced. I could always use a big heatsink on both sides too. From looking at reviews on 50W~ units they are enough to get around 0 in a mini-fridge with the correct cooling, and my unit is 95W so im sure it would suffice.
  2. That's what the peltier is for. The peltier generates heat on one side, and cools another using electricity.
  3. basically i put a peltier cooler attach a big aftermarket cpu heatsink to it shove that into a jerry can to decipate *coldness* into the liquid and use a stock intel cooler to decipate *heat* away from it (heat rises) then have a tube connected to a pipe which connects to drink (shitty diagram incoming - im not joking) should i try it and could it work?
  4. I believe it to be this one https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xres-100-ddc-mx-3-2-pwm-incl-pump-1
  5. It only came with a 120mm mount adapter and a mount plate
  6. I have a pump res combo, so that wouldnt work
  7. The Fractal Design Node 202 is a compact case capable of housing full size graphics cards. I would strongly reccomend. http://www.fractal-design.com/media/10eb1d34-c32c-4aa8-ae6d-9daac728d0a3
  8. Anyone know what bracket I could use to mont an EK res/pump combo to the bar covering 24pin in the S340 Elite?
  9. It is a pumpres combo but I couldnt figure out how to get it mounted to the cover
  10. What bracket would mount to it?
  11. So, I currently have a watercooled loop which does only the CPU. and as my case is NOT designed for custom loops there is limited space. I was wondering if I could put the res on the backplate of a graphics card as it will help space alot. Atm I have a small kink in tubing and would really like a solution. Case: S340 Elite
  12. But he's only using office apps. In your terms, its only around the corner so why drive?
  13. I don't see why you would need windows but it's your choice
  14. Why? What does a laptop give you that this doesn't? Take a look at the video I edited in.
  15. Have you considered the NVIDIA shield? You can use excel and word like any other office application with a Bluetooth keyboard/mouse and use the Nvidia stream service for latency free gaming. EDIT (links): https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0171BS9CG?tag=amz-mkt-chr-uk-21&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-org00-win70-other-nomod-uk000-pcomp-feature-scomp-wm-4