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Ion Cooled System for Your Raspberry Pi MineCraft Server
A while back I got Raspberry Pi, but I didn’t really know what to do with it. Recently, Minecraft has come back into popularity, so I decided to set up a Minecraft server for me and my friends to enjoy.
Well, it turned out to just be me : /. Anyway, now I need a quite serious cooler which can cool the server…
So in this Instructable, I will show you how to make a pretty badass one. It will include a water-cooled loop, with no moving parts, as the radiator will be cooled by an optional ion fan. Now, I do admit that I equally focused on the design as on the functionality. For the installation of the server itself, there are numerous tutorials online. If you want to enable others to play, you will also need to port-forward your router, there exists plenty of information for this online. Anyway, let’s get making with the cooler system!