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January 2, 2015 AT 5:00 am

How to Setup Water Cooling for Your Raspberry Pi’s ARM Processor #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Well, for any of you custom PC case-modders out there, this is for you! A tutorial from Unprecedented that shows you
how to set up a water cooling system for your Raspberry Pi’s ARM processor! (Those unfamiliar with the glories of DIY water cooling projects may think instead: “Oh, really?”)

…It all started when I say this project. I was instantly captivated, the thought of water cooling a pi had never occurred to me but once I saw it I immediately knew I wanted to build one.

So I decided to build my own. But I wanted to give the gift of easy water cooling to the entire raspberry pi community. I decided to design a 3D printable water block that anyone with access to a 3D printer could build. What if you don’t have a 3D printer? Well you can still build one! Many great 3D printing services are available through the internet and all it takes is a quick Google search….

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