Simon Laine, a Swedish PC modder, recently built a PC with a liquid cooling system.
According to Forbes, the PC known as “Luna” has an Intel Core i7-4770R, which has Iris Pro 5200 graphics.
For the liquid cooling system, the PC uses a miniature pump called the DCLT 2400.
“This minuscule pump is about the same size as a small box of matches, yet it’s a fully-fledged unit with ports to attach barbs for use with custom PC liquid cooling systems,” Forbes reported.
“The PCB measures less than 4 inches across and has an embedded CPU plus its own memory and storage slots – it’s a complete PC and uses an external power brick – not a separate power supply,” Forbes added.