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Dual core i3/i5's are 73w, the extra wattage comes from the integrated graphics. Core 2 Duos are the 65w ones.

It is a hella interesting idea. Never really thought to go subzero (phase change/other TECs) for the condensation issues (and considering i live on a tropical country i gotta worry a bit more about humidity and condensation), but this seems to be the perfect solution. Plus it can be user-controlled.

Why everytime i get close to the money i need for my watercooling setup something more amazing and reasonably priced appears?

Also, what would the difference be between the 12 and 24w controller models? *noob at TECs*
Edited by Starbomba - 10/17/11 at 5:41pm
   
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I think you mean the 12V and 24V model. The 12V controller is meant to run off you computer powersupply and the 24V is meant for an Aux PSU such as meanwells power supplies. The 12V is recommented for the people who have no experience with electrical or just want it easy.
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Wow. I'm glad to finally see a properly controlled TEC. This has to be the best thing TECs have over phase, in that you can cheaply (relatively speaking) control the cooler. On that note, please let me know if you put out an inverter run scroll compressor phase change system.

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It's like asking to drop a V8 into a Prius. It doesn't make much sense putting those two extremes together.
someone's never heard of a "sleeper" car. A well muffled v8 prius would confuse the HEcK out of people. It'd be a hoot.

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Why would you all blindly buy such a product? It has such high powerdraw that even at extrem cooling it is fail written over it. Yeah CPU gets "few" degrees colder than usual RASA KIT, but the water gets much hotter, and thou the air in the room.

You are water-cooling a 150W heater on top of the CPU for gods sake.
And now we're learning about how TECs work.
 
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for $100 i might just buy one....
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for $100 i might just buy one....
I thought it was more than that... I thought you had to buy both pieces... The block and the unit.
post #116 of 235
Okay.. This has caught my eye..
WILL READ REST OF THREAD!!
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I myself like the taller looking block the updated version with black bolts looks pretty nice too. I am curious how well that thing would work with a bonniville heater core. i cant wait to reset up my loop and then snag one of these things. the only thing stopping me from running water now is im missing a block and are in the market for one. still kinda waiting for final product to be available to get one of these.

ive run air ive run water and ive run phase. i have never uses a tec because it seemed to be more of a hassle then phase. however phase can rack up a powerbill really fast. im hoping this will be the happy medium between water cooling and phase cooling.
    
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Got my own custom made, will give you news when I try it.
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How are these with the 1366 cpu's, mainly the i7 920?
If temps are great with this I may want to try something new.
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How are these with the 1366 cpu's, mainly the i7 920?
If temps are great with this I may want to try something new.
Since it was made for 1155/1156, I doubt anyone has results for 1366 CPU's.
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