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Old June 25, 2008, 08:25 PM
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Old June 25, 2008, 08:35 PM
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That is completely awesome! I wish I was that creative.

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doesn't it just make a person realize ..there are no rules,when it comes to building a custom pc.. it is a real peice of art
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Yep, it's amazing what a skilled artisan can do when they put their mind to it.
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Damn, that's %#^$ cool! Takes up a bit more room than you standard case but when it's looking like that I don't think it's an issue :)
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Old June 26, 2008, 05:43 AM
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I wonder if he drilled a pin hole in the block so it would leak like real choppers.

Is not a single rad a little lightweight for a SLI system?
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So if the missus sat on it while your going for a big OC does she get the big "O"?
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I wonder if he drilled a pin hole in the block so it would leak like real choppers.

Is not a single rad a little lightweight for a SLI system?

I tought the same, but did you see the size of is reservoir ? I suppose it takes some time before all that water becomes hot, must be helping, and a dual rad would have never fitted ! :)
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Old June 26, 2008, 09:21 AM
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I tought the same, but did you see the size of is reservoir ? I suppose it takes some time before all that water becomes hot, must be helping, and a dual rad would have never fitted ! :)
The big rad on ChibiMan's workstation would probably fit there. IMHO, It would been bonus points if they had used a real rad from a real motorcycle.

Please do not get me wrong though, it is a great mod and just the thing for the geeky biker type.
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I wonder if he drilled a pin hole in the block so it would leak like real choppers.

Is not a single rad a little lightweight for a SLI system?
lmao great laugh....hahahaha
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