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For immersion cooling any kind of electronics, it's hard to beat 3M Fluorinert. There is a fairly wide range of the chemically amd electrically inert fluid. I can't find the site right now, but I remember a guy in Austrailia immersing a rig in Fluorinert & floating dry ice in the fluid. Depending on the choice of fluid, it's quite possible. The viscocity of most of the Fluorinert family of fluids is as close to water as is possible. Some having pour points as low as -110°C.
Holy crap, this stuff is spendy.
The properties are perfect for my aplication but I don't have that kind of cash to throw at this experiment. That really is too bad. This fluid is the sh@*&@!...

here is a link. http://multimedia.mmm.com/mws/mediaw...ttt&TCdpTTTT6-

they sell the stuff by the pound and 3/4 gal is 11lbs... 1lbs =$20 unless you get it in 5gal incraments which is $18/lbs = $1320.
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Smaller case!

Or just not fill it all the way... man....
    
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I stand corrected

Thanks guys! I guess I underestimated those fans
Come on, they are not going to burn out right away...but they WILL mechanically destruct over time. Fans burn out under normal load conditions. Maybe it's time to get some cooking oil a small tub, a 12v transformer and a few test fans??
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Come on, they are not going to burn out right away...but they WILL mechanically destruct over time. Fans burn out under normal load conditions. Maybe it's time to get some cooking oil a small tub, a 12v transformer and a few test fans??
Or you could get some motors from rat shack and a speed dial and put a blade on the end... I'm sure those motors are beefier than a simple comp fan.
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Holy crap, this stuff is spendy.
The properties are perfect for my aplication but I don't have that kind of cash to throw at this experiment. That really is too bad. This fluid is the sh@*&@!...

here is a link. http://multimedia.mmm.com/mws/mediaw...ttt&TCdpTTTT6-

they sell the stuff by the pound and 3/4 gal is 11lbs... 1lbs =$20 unless you get it in 5gal incraments which is $18/lbs = $1320.
That stuff sure is heavy!

A gallon of water weights 8 lbs.
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Yes it is very dens but they said it flows better than water.
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I haven't seen the OP in this thread for a while
    
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simply use thermal dynamics to cool, get passive rads and some passive rez and put inlets near the top of the tank and outlets at the bottom since heat rises the hot oil should go through the rads at the top and come out cooler at the bottom
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simply use thermal dynamics to cool, get passive rads and some passive rez and put inlets near the top of the tank and outlets at the bottom since heat rises the hot oil should go through the rads at the top and come out cooler at the bottom
That is almost the same plan as i was plannin on adapting for this in the future.

Anyway, i had to put this project on hold for a while untill there was more time between school, work, and the other projects i started.

I also noticed that i magically had forgot to ever subscribe to this thread so i had no clue it exploded

I have all the parts, oil and time permitting, will have this running soon.


Ok, to answer some of the questions:

1. I do plan to leave the fan on, burned out or not.
2. The case will not be filled fully, but rather to about 2/3 level (just enough to cover the parts that heat up, but leave to peripheral connectors abvoe liquid level)
3. The oil I am using is 320 viscosity mechanical grade from STEoil (an online company from texas)
4. Cooling issues will be assesed after the initial trial runs and benchmarks.
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