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btw This block can go alot colder, its pretty detuned for 24/7 and I need more radiator on it.. here are my water vs ambient temps.. lol

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This is awesome! Great work!

Have any build pics of the construction? I like that stuff the most wink.gif
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LOL nice water temps, hot enough to be a bath!

But... that's a near 50oC delta down to the core temp, drop that water temp down 20oC and we could see some savage results.
    
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bro...any insulation done?

issit just 'plug and play'??

sorry, quite a noob in tec wink.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Crabid;14286508 
LOL nice water temps, hot enough to be a bath!

But... that's a near 50oC delta down to the core temp, drop that water temp down 20oC and we could see some savage results.

Exactly.. glad you caught that.. I'm a normal 24/7 guy too so going below 0 isn't really a priority for me, but absolutely I could see < 0 at cores on this thing.. Also I think my sensors are bugged (I talked to elloquin about this and he agrees) so in reality my cores should be sitting about 10ºc cooler than being reported.
Edited by Mindchi|l - 7/20/11 at 5:07pm
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Originally Posted by Mïndçhì|l;14129005 
I'm getting ready to test my new tec water block. I figure I'll throw some pictures of it now and give some test result later on. I'll probably test in on an i7 970 and then on a i7 2600k just for fun. Eventually it going in my gaming rig on a controller smile.gif

Great job, man! Also clever engineering! This thing is gorgeous. Rep+!

I'm eager to see the inside structure of it. Mind post some pictures? How heavy is this beast?
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post #47 of 70
I would love to see what this thing looks like with polished copper tubing on compression fittings.

Its an excellent design, but the barbs/90 degree connectors ruins the look a little for me.
Makes it go from 'uber professional' to 'lets rig this thing up and make it work cuz I'm tired of waiting'

Good stuff either way
post #48 of 70
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Originally Posted by Mïndçhì|l;14287193 
Exactly.. glad you caught that.. I'm a normal 24/7 guy too so going below 0 isn't really a priority for me, but absolutely I could see < 0 at cores on this thing.. Also I think my sensors are bugged (I talked to elloquin about this and he agrees) so in reality my cores should be sitting about 10ºc cooler than being reported.

If you mean the core temp sensor, I'm not so sure that's far off...


I mean assuming you are keeping the hot side of the TEC at 50oC with that hot water, then at most you will have a 60oC delta across the TEC itself (of all the TECs I have seen specs for) then you will have some losses due to the amount of aluminium it has to travel through, so it seems about right to me.

Of course, at low temperatures, CPU sensors are notoriously bad at sensing the temp, I can't speak for sandybridges though...
    
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Impressive, what wattage tecs are your running? Im in the middle of a custom build and I was thinking tecs may be in order. Regardless of appearances(i think its fine) this is a rather swift build.

+1 thanks.

So It looks to me like a solid core(al as stated) with 4 24v tecs being clamped to it by 4 pieces of PPE?(doesnt look like derelin, doubt its pvc) direct cooling the TEC? Id definitely like to see a drawing for this but if you dont want to share thats cool to.
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