Originally Posted by Rognin
Nah, not a criminal nor military... though it feels like probation when I get days off. We are building hydro dams up north for power, and you need people for that. And the pay is good.
lol, I want a 4 season solution for one computer. TEC`s were it... now I just need to find solutions to cool them.
Why dont you just use a Koolance Water/Water heat transfer unit? You can hook it up in the winters, dis-connect the door panel during the summer. This way you can use internal rads in the room to cool it during the summer (for the TECs... Like a Supernova rad with very low power fans) and in the winter, use some Koolance Quick Disconnects when you want to hook up the subfreezing portion. Only downside to this is that you might get condensation internally.
It would look something like this for the PC Side.
TEC Coldplate Chiller - CPU - GPU - RAD (Like a 2x 120 to get some of the heat off) - TEC Hotside Interface - RAD (Like a Supernova) - RES - Koolance Heat Transfer Unit (Water/Water) - Back to the coldplate.
This way, even if you arent using the external interface to the extreme cold during the winter, the rig is still runable.