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http://www.customthermoelectric.com/Water_blocks.html

Anyone seen these? Would aluminum blocks back to back be a bad idea?
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hello im sean too! lol

I never seen or heard of them before...
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Originally Posted by hello im sean;15151183 
http://www.customthermoelectric.com/Water_blocks.html

Anyone seen these? Would aluminum blocks back to back be a bad idea?

They are made for like radiator-less cooling ie using the tap/ or a outdoor pond/tank, that's why they have no fins so that they dont clog instantly.

But yes If you used other metals in the loop you would have problems.
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2 of these aluminum blocks back to back would work fine. Great find actually, wow. I may have to grab one to experiment.

You can certainly use aluminum blocks, but you'll need to use some kind of glycol mix to help prevent metal transference & corrosion if you have a copper rad/water block in the same loop.
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Hmm now I'm just wondering if itd be worth while to try..
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$150 isn't that cheap....
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo;15162808 
$150 isn't that cheap....

It's not, but considering the amount of metal a tec water chiller block uses It is a viable option compared to other normally more expensive ones.
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