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    case design

    starting to get a seriouse design for my case...I wanted to have an integrated water cooling system, but can't find any good kits. does anyone have a tuturial site or online store where I can find something good?
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    Building the case using Lexan, figured it was time to dig out my dads old tools from when he worked in sign shops...still has a good selection of the adhesives he used that are still good. Air tight, pessure sealed

    I wanted to make sure it was as cool as possible so that any internal heat doesn't warp the case or damage it in anyway.
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    Originally posted by YARDofSTUF
    http://www.coolerguys.com/cpucool/koolance.shtml
    dang! a sick case.....

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    Brent posted this awhile back, it may help.

    http://bit-tech.net/article/53/
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    http://www.overclockers.com

    look at the watercooling,left side on bottom

    look at http://www.dangerden.com/mall/kits.asp
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    Thanks for the sites. I checked out Overclockers yesterday, but guess I missed it
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    Would making a clear case for my PSU be difficult? Like taking the PSU for this unit and removing the metal casing on it in place of the clear Lexan?
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    That may warp, the PSU does get pretty warm dosn't it?

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