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MCT-40 will also cook your PC with 12V
    
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MCT-40 will also cook your PC with 12V
THATS WHAT I THOUGHT......
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I found these... http://itwfpg.com/rustlick/edm.html
and http://www.hangsterfers.com/productd...1=59&relink=no


but i still need to find the freezing point of these....
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I think I found it, http://itwfpg.com/rustlick/edm.html EDM-30. Its about $80 for 5gal, and the freezing point is roughly -10F, the flash point is irrelevant because these fluids are used as cutting fluids for electric flash cutting. my be able to start testing next month after more design fixes. any input welcome.
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:-) My setup does work, and I hate to hear people say it doesnt. There are 4 fans on the compressor which keep it cool also so it won't be dieing any time soon .

If your planning on doing this have one rad outside of the fridge and one inside. You need somethign to measure the water temps after they hit the CPU. Once the water temps start climbing above ambient turn your second rad fans on.

A slush box would be more effective than my methods to madness but I don't want to destroy a perfectly good fridge that I am going to take to college with me. Not to mention the fact a slush box is UGLY!

Basically if your not going for high overclocks don't even bother. My poor 6600 doesn't want to go any higher than 3.6 on 1.65 vcore so I said screw it and 3.2 was good enough for me. Thus I didn't need the fridge running when just my regular water cool system would do the job. I do miss seeing my temps in the 20s though.
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:-) My setup does work, and I hate to hear people say it doesnt. There are 4 fans on the compressor which keep it cool also so it won't be dieing any time soon .

If your planning on doing this have one rad outside of the fridge and one inside. You need somethign to measure the water temps after they hit the CPU. Once the water temps start climbing above ambient turn your second rad fans on.

A slush box would be more effective than my methods to madness but I don't want to destroy a perfectly good fridge that I am going to take to college with me. Not to mention the fact a slush box is UGLY!

Basically if your not going for high overclocks don't even bother. My poor 6600 doesn't want to go any higher than 3.6 on 1.65 vcore so I said screw it and 3.2 was good enough for me. Thus I didn't need the fridge running when just my regular water cool system would do the job. I do miss seeing my temps in the 20s though.


this is going to be the new setup, using EDM-30, it has a range of 150 amps (if the freezing point is actually -10f like the district sails rep tells me)...... no fridge.
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Moving thread to the experiments page......Thanks for everyones input. I do think this will work. start testing next month.....Thanks again.
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