Dive deep into the ultimate cooling: the submersible steampunk PC (modding).

Ever thought about taking a dip with your PC? No, we’re not suggesting you take your laptop to the pool for a swim. We’re talking about the ultimate cooling solution for your PC – submerging it in water! Yes, you heard it right. It’s like an underwater data center, but for your personal computer.

Now, before you start picturing your PC floating in a fish tank, let’s clarify a few things. This isn’t just any water we’re talking about. We’re talking about a system that uses flowing water for cooling, pulling heat away from the processor and graphics card faster than a kid running towards an ice cream truck on a hot summer day. The secret to this ultimate cooling solution? Copper pipes and fittings. These aren’t just any pipes, mind you. They’re the super-efficient, heat-removing, watertight-sealing kind of pipes. They ensure your PC doesn’t end up like the Titanic.

But it’s not all about the cooling. This submersible PC is also a sight to behold. Imagine warm internal lighting reflecting off polished copper. It’s like a steampunk dream come true. It’s not just one of the coolest looking things ever built, it’s also one of the coolest running. And what’s a PC without a great display? This one comes with a high refresh rate Asus Lumina OLED panel. With accurate color reproduction and inky dark blacks, it’s like having a personal cinema. Perfect for color-critical creative work or those movie breaks we all need.

So, how cool does this submersible PC get? Well, after an hour of use, the maximum reported coolant temperature was just 20.8 Celsius. That’s cooler than a cucumber in a freezer. If you’re looking to push the limits of performance while keeping your PC as cool as a polar bear’s toenails, the submersible PC might just be your next DIY project. Just remember, don’t try this with your toaster.

Dive deep into the ultimate cooling: the submersible steampunk PC (modding).
Dive deep into the ultimate cooling: the submersible steampunk PC (modding).


Colonel Frog is a long time science fiction and fantasy fan. He loves reading novels in the field, and he also enjoys watching movies (as well as reading lots of other genre books).

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