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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu - Update #1: Aug 3rd

    @The boy 4rm oz - Many thanks man, nothing but the best =)

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu - Update #1: Aug 3rd

    The CoolerMaster Aquagate Duo generously donated by xtreme0915 of the SliZone forums has arrived today!

    I will be using the Aquagate's clever little waterblock/pump assembly to cool the pico board.



    Here is how the waterblock will be mounted to the Pico-ITX board. Note that I've yet to construct a proper bracket for mounting.



    Here is a pic of the board next to the rad that will be cooling it.


    Here's a quick glimpse of my desk right now, it's been sitting like this for about a month... I really need to pick up the pace.

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu - Update #1: Aug 3rd

    I am really hoping that water cooled PICO works for you. I really wanna have a mess around with a PICO board.
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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu - Update #1: Aug 3rd

    Watercooling a pico. +Rep
    First time I have seen this done.
    Looks like the GPU watercooling system
    . .will be efficient enough cool the pico.

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu - Update #1: Aug 3rd

    @The boy 4rm oz - Thanks for the vote of support, again I can't recommend the Pico more... it's just so cool.

    @Eclecticos - Since the Pico-ITX board doesn't need cooling I'm pretty sure that even this modest loop is more than overkill. I'm pretty sure that this is the worlds first watercooled Pico I search for others but I've found no-one else mad enough to do it.

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu

    so small.... looks pretty sweet
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    you tease!

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu

    That key would look amazing

    do you intend on a mouse and screen to match as well?

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    @DonT-FeaR - Aye, it is small... and damn sexy if I do say so myself.

    @scar~face - Thanks. I'm definitely making a mouse but a screen may be tricky as I currently have 5-screens for my setup (1x42" 2x22" 2x19") and the project itself will ahve 3xscreens built into the case. If there is time, and $$ left I'll be making 5 monitor mods, but don't hold me to that.

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu

    very sexy... (????) lol good work keep it up
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    you tease!

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu

    i like the look. very clean. most excellent progress.
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