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post #21 of 28
water chiller IS a phase change system, just like a fridge or air conditioner. It doesn't matter what label the system carries as long as it can suck up 8000BTU which should be enough for any cpu

and yea some people figured to use that in their WC loops a good while ago.. i think i've even seen some dodgy all-in-one wc solutions that never got too popular (probably because they were mostly based on TEC, were expensive and sucked)
Edited by hazarada - 12/15/11 at 2:59pm
post #22 of 28
gdam this forum and double posts
post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by DarkstarX10a View Post

You'd prolly run into some condensation issues, but if you can solve that sure by all means go for it see what kind of temperatures you'd get. Assuming your doing this as an experiment, I stuck an old PIII IBM desktop inside a warehouse freezer before. Unfortunately condensation built up on it and I had to abort the project, not to mention my boss was getting freaked out by a running computer inside the warehouse freezer.

biggrin.gif omg that gave me a good laugh!
post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

I don't think that chiller has enough cooling power for anything other than a CPU. It's 1/13HP and can probably cope with about 150-200W.
Edit: This would be good for a lot more cooling capacity

someone doesn't know how to use drop down menus apparently. . .
it defaults to the 1/13hp one, but there are also 1/10hp, 1/4hp, 1/2hp, and 1hp units in that link.

<_< why else would the price be variable? since i don't know much about them past how they exist, i didn't want to recommend a specific unit, it was more of a general example
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I would love one of these... remove all the freakin rads from my look and just have that bad boy sitting outside cooling my loop to chilled levels. but how much do you have to worry about condensation running on of these systems is my only worry? redface.gif
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Nope, didn't spot the drop down menus.
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post #27 of 28
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I would love one of these... remove all the freakin rads from my look and just have that bad boy sitting outside cooling my loop to chilled levels. but how much do you have to worry about condensation running on of these systems is my only worry? redface.gif

Use this linky. Calculate your worse case scenario in terms of dew point. Add a couple C and you're set to let the chiller run indefinitely.
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post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by Rognin View Post

Use this linky. Calculate your worse case scenario in terms of dew point. Add a couple C and you're set to let the chiller run indefinitely.

Very nice... now i just need $650

Thanks
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