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Just a guy too

Foam Case PC I dare you remake this

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30 minutes ago, Just a guy too said:

I know its currently impossible for us normies but will it be possible for the tech dudes from LTT.

What?  The foam is like $6-10 a canister, you could knock one of these thing out in an afternoon and the thermal performance would be just as meh as it was when this rig was brand spanking new.  Nothing stopping you from going for gold here ;)

 


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I was hoping they will make this 2019... Have you seen his freezing liquid cooler... I mean... It can be done.. I believe in LTT... ***Claps hands*** I believe..... RGB too yeah ?? 

 

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4 minutes ago, Just a guy too said:

I was hoping they will make this 2019... Have you seen his freezing liquid cooler... I mean... It can be done.. I believe in LTT... ***Claps hands*** I believe..... RGB too yeah ?? 

 

You can make this yourself, right now, all it takes is some cardboard, pc parts and a couple cans of foam!


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1 minute ago, Damascus said:

You can make this yourself, all it takes is some cardboard, pc parts and a couple cans of foam!

it will not have that LTT touch... 

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