FLush's CPU, graphics card, RAM and EVGA motherboard are all water-cooled.
forum user and modder k.3nny has recently completed a fantastic scratch-built water-cooled PC. The project, called FLush, began just a few weeks ago with the first update being posted in our project log forum on 13 April.
Since then, k.3nny (also known as Kenneth Machielsen), who hails from The Netherlands, knuckled down and blitzed the entire PC in less than a month, despite only having a limited selection of tools at his disposal.
It looks absolutely stunning, with copious amounts of aluminium combined with a large external reservoir and a luminous green glow from the internal water-cooling system.
When he's not modding, Kenneth works in McDonalds as a griller, which just goes to show the diversity of bit-tech's
modding community, as well as the fact that talented modders can be found in a wide variety of places.
You can see more of the project on Kenneth's log
, and he'll be speaking to bit-tech
soon about his project, so watch this space. In the meantime, we've posted plenty of photos of the project for your viewing pleasure below.
If you want to see more projects such as this in the works, then make sure you check out our modding forums
, which have been alive with activity over the last few weeks, and many of the best up-and-coming projects have some serious eye candy on show.
Is FLush your cup of tea? What's the best modding project you've seen this year? Let us know in the forums