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Okay, think about it this way Chozart, what's the difference between the stock fan burning out and no fan? None, except you get better cooling for the duration it works. I'm still not sold on this whole "It'll burn out because of the viscosity" deal.
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If you had a few $$$ to spare then may be an oil pump and diff cooler then have it recirculate
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Okay, think about it this way Chozart, what's the difference between the stock fan burning out and no fan? None, except you get better cooling for the duration it works. I'm still not sold on this whole "It'll burn out because of the viscosity" deal.
Not the CPU. The fan motor will burn, since it simply does not have enough torque to handle the thickness of the oil. Fans are generally designed for high RPMs in a thin environment (air). Think about car engines... for a high speed, horse power is needed, while for hard labor in tough environments, torque is much more important... Hence, for the latter, Diesel engines are often used given their insane torque.

What is needed in this environment is a low rpm fan with a motor that can handle the thickness of the oil... something like a stirrer to keep the oil moving.

I don't think a fan on the heatsink will make any difference... I am just suggesting a fan anywhere in this rig to keep the oil moving, so that the oil near the hot spots on the motherboard does not just stay there.
    
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Hrm... How about an electric whisk/food mixer?
    
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There is an article somewhere where a guy had a fan in oil . .said it never burned out and worked well . . i dont know how long he tested it for but you wouldnt need $20 fans when $2 used ones will work just as well in this case.

ill try to find the article

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not the one i was looking for but they kept the CPU fan on and simply reported that it ran slower. . . no mention for how long. . . and apparently it is a good idea to seal the CPU base. . found on a couple sites.
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post #46 of 60
I stand corrected

Thanks guys! I guess I underestimated those fans
    
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Uh hey guys, i read this article a little while ago about submersion liquid being sold at e3, and all they used was an mcp655 to move it around.
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post #48 of 60
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Uh hey guys, i read this article a little while ago about submersion liquid being sold at e3, and all they used was an mcp655 to move it around.
That sounds like a good idea. I was looking for something to circulate my fluid as well. Sorry for jumping into your thread like this. I did not know this thread was here, I realize this experiment was started way before mine but it looks like they are doing a great job so far. I hope mine goes as well. good luck. If I find anything interesting along the way I will be sure to offer the info if it would help. I wont be uderway untill next month though, you guys would probably be finnished by then.

BTW, the 3m flourine sounds like a good idea, as far as viscosity and pour point. I will look into this for my project, if you want to use some of my ideas then here is a link.....
http://www.overclock.net/cooling-exp...xperiment.html

Like I said, good luck.
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post #49 of 60
one more thing, I know it is a stretch but the idea is the same, you could use something like this for your oil circulation, it operates on 12v....
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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Regarding water circulation for the CPU; for this idea you would probably need a larger tank, you suport the motherboard in the tank using a support arm coming down from above the tank and not connected to the tank, now you put the tank on a motorized lazy Suzanne the tank turns and the MB stays in place, this way the MB is always moving through the coolant.
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