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wait wut does this not automatically read room temp and adjust the cooling power? dont want unwelcomed condensation. Mindchill please pM me with this
Yes it does. It has 2 functions right now. User selectable, and ambient follow. It will automatically follow ambient if you move the knob all the way to the right. I'm going to add later a sub ambient follow for calculated dew point.
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Would you consider doing custom versions?
Ie: higher wattage with the controller able to go sub zero and a waterblock attachment to allow cooling of a whole loop etc

The main thing stopping me going tec so far is the lack of easy control/setup but this idea of a complete running unit is great.


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Any chance for AM3/+
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I think right now this block is intended for 95W CPU's. When Bulldozer comes out, he probably will do something for it because that's what the FX-8120 and lower are designed to run at. But any CPU above that will need the bigger brother or something along that variation.
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I think right now this block is intended for 95W CPU's. When Bulldozer comes out, he probably will do something for it because that's what the FX-8120 and lower are designed to run at. But any CPU above that will need the bigger brother or something along that variation.
Thanks Krow.. Exactly
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Any chance you can design it to where the user can use their current CPU blocks to cool the hot side? It would look much better aesthetically and hence appeal to a wider audience.
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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.
Im just wondering if you have any clue about your statement. This tec setup looks to be adjustable an doesn't need to run at full load all the time if your pc is at idle or light load.
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swiftech did a tec water block for 100$
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swiftech did a tec water block for 100$
Most of the price in this product comes from the Controller, which definitely isn't what swiftech includes.
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Any chance you can design it to where the user can use their current CPU blocks to cool the hot side? It would look much better aesthetically and hence appeal to a wider audience.
The new blocks are made out of black delrin, and I have plans to have different colored plexy and possibly copper for the tops to match board schemes (red and blue mainly). Also the controller has a place setup for led outlets and at some point I want to add that option to light up the inside of the block.

The peltier is a 62mm tec so a standard 50mm block won't cover this block.
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