Water-cooled Raspberry Pi looks hot, runs cool

Credit: James Couzens

People have done some pretty insane things with their Raspberry Pi—such as building a system cluster—but nothing looks quite as badass as attaching a water cooling system to the popular computer on a stick.

Phame, aka James Couzens, just completed his “Wet-Pi,” and the results are spectacular. James first started his project back in February, and the build comes complete with a raspberry-colored cooling fluid that keeps the processors on the board chilled. Fitting, eh?

You can check out the full hardcore build instructions on the Bit-Tech forums—note the complete list of tiny pump parts, as well as the custom-machined waterblock and reservoir.

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[Bit-Tech (1, 2) via Hack a Day]

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