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Rigid tubing done differently - Math Military takes on carbon fiber

Math Military Modding does it different - utilizing carbon fiber rigid tubing in this scratch-built custom PC project

Chris Smith | Feb 9, 2015 at 9:04 pm CST (0 mins, 54 secs time to read)

It seems that basically any large-scale build in this day and age is not complete without a full rigid-tubed liquid cooling loop. Besides wacky color schemes and cutting numerous holes in your chassis, what else can you do to truly set your system apart from the rest?

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Math Military Modding has developed their own special method of water cooling design - real carbon fiber tubes. The images you can see are part of the latest update on the ASUS Strix modding project and help symbolize the projects goal, which is to be designed and built from the ground up - allowing for a scratch-built and completely custom project.

The carbon fiber tubes have been purchased from FlashRC and will be circulating coolant around the system. It looks very interesting and is quite light - but is it worth the cost or will it perform properly? That's up to you to decide.

Besides this crazy tubing option, it seems that EK Water Blocks have made their way into yet another stunning custom project.

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