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    How to watercool a larger server rack, presented by CoolIT

    Ever wondered how to watercool a 26U rack? You'll need something like this.
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    Re: How to watercool a larger server rack, presented by CoolIT

    Really like the look of that.

    I wonder if they are industry standard fittings though? Certainally the hoses and screw fittings are, but i can't see any in my usual places that match the push fittings exactly.

    Great idea though. I'm surprised they don't do this more with enthusiast water cooling. It would save draining the whole system to change things.

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