A very unique case and cooling setup

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 26, 2006 - 03:02 PM |
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It is silent, has a case made of wood, wheels on the bottom, and even gel packs to help dissipate heat from the HDDs.  Bill Todd's little project has been posted on SPCR, and is well worth a read.

"An English electronic engineer who likes making things, Bill Todd made many modifications, and created a new wood case to take this modest

Pentium III system far along the road to silent nirvana. His ingenious journey involved recycling and creating of all kinds of parts

including old electronics heatsinks, home-made damping gel packs, scraps of plywood, and even wheels from an old scooter. Two years after he

first assembled this passively cooled system, it's still working silently away, even after a leak in a gel pack next to the hard drive."

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