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Chris Robb
By: Cjrules22 Rating: 5 (2 votes)
Homepage: www.djcj.net Login to rate this case
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Cost: 300
Last updated: 06/15/2010
   
Info: My class project was to install DD-WRT Linux on a router. I took this a step farther by installing water cooling. If you are interested in overclocking your router's cpu, water cooling might be a good option for you!


[b]On my website i have posted step by step directions:[/b]
[url]http://www.djcj.net/portfolio.html#router[/url]

[b]How to install DD-WRT:[/b]
[url]http://www.djcj.net/router-guide.html#dd-wrt[/url]

[b]How to water cool your router:[/b]
[url]http://www.djcj.net/router-guide.html#water-cooling[/url]

[b]I have many more pictures so check out the picture gallery![/b]
[url]http://www.djcj.net/routergallery.html[/url]

While overclocking is possible with some routers, dd-wrt does not currently support it on the dir-615 rev c1. This does not matter a huge amount because this D-Link router has a 400mhz processor stock, compared to many Linksys that run mid 300mhz when overclocked.
Comments: (5)
Water Cooled D-Link Router
Water Cooled D-Link Router
phrogs4ever commented on 2011-02-17 14:18:03 that:
Unlike most that have commented on your build, I get it. It's not about Why it was built rather If it can be built. It's easy to see it can be. Very nice clean build. Great job.

Reaper_88 commented on 2010-07-11 21:31:55 that:
Good job man, not necessarily practical or needed in my opinion however I know that wasnt the point. Hope you got good marks on this project. Good job

ben333 commented on 2010-07-11 18:44:34 that:
If I was grading it, I'd factor in reality :D lol

Whatislove commented on 2010-07-10 04:52:56 that:
I dont think he was trying to be practical with this ben333 :P

Read his descrip again, it was for a class project, the flashier, the more ridiculous, the more effort you put into a school project, the higher your mark

ben333 commented on 2010-06-30 20:32:43 that:
very stily... swap that router with a mini itx system that will actually benefit from water cooling. You definitely don't need a pump or fans in your case btw. Heck... I bet with a normal sized heatsink and a low CFM low noise fan the router would be just as cool


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