Aquarium Computer,Fish tank PC.

We are pleased to present this page showing you the system built for aquarium and fish lovers, and giving you the information you need to make one of your own!

Fish tank PC otherwise known as the Aquarium PC Kit from Puget Systems.

PugetSystems built this system because with all the oil cooled projects out there, no one built a system that looked good and functioned well! After seeing all the other projects, They had a lot of ideas of how they could do it better and more easily. Many projects used vegetable oil, which would go rancid after a short time. The mineral oil does not have this problem, and is completely clear. PugetSystems also wanted to use an appropriate enclosure — the Toms Hardware system used a clear acrylic case, and they had to painstakingly seal each rear connector to keep the oil from leaking. They wanted to put the ports on top to solve that problem the simple way. Other people have built systems in aquariums before, but they were always oversized and square. When PugetSystems found the Eclipse System 6 Aquarium, they were excited to see an aquarium that was absolutely perfect in size — you couldn’t go any smaller. In addition, they had questions about performance and long term effects. There initial tests, which we go over below, answer the questions about cooling performance.

Here Are Some glimpse  :-

Fish Tank PC
Fish Tank PC

Fish Tank PC Front View

Fish Tank PC with Radiator
Fish Tank PC with Radiator

With blue crushed rocks to the bottom.

Fish tank PC With Bubles.
Fish tank PC With Bubles.

Aquarium Computer Version Two
Aquarium Computer Version Two

Mineral Oil Submerged Computer Video

Full details at http://www.pugetsystems.com… Cooling a computer by submerging it in mineral oil. In an aquarium, it looks great!

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