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Old December 25, 2012, 02:18 PM
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I know there is an HTPC that is sold with a case that acts as a heat-sink, mind you it only comes with an i3. Check the link.

Fanless HTPC

Now if you are interested in building a true water-cooling system that is fan-less, you still get noise from HDD's, BR-Drives, Wine from PSU and so forth. But on the cheep you could find a bunch of old freezers or air conditioners and chop out the condensers/evap. Again watch out for mixed metals. There are a few chemistry experiments that you can do to test for different metals, check out YouTube... Also when using coils form refrigeration units make sure you clean it out good, because they have a small amount of oil in them that lubricates the compressor.

EDIT: Whoops old thread My Bad, Anyways hope you got what you needed from the thread here on Hardware Canucks.
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