With all this talk about dust it has been making me even more jazzed about my build. Seeing how it will be a while before I can even concider production possibilities, I will share with you what it is. Now if you have one of those eye candy pieces you prob wont like my setup much, although the final build woul;d have a window.
Anyway, after seeing everyone having issues OCing heat, issues meaning they wanted more and well who doesn't, I wondered why there wasnt an airconditioned case. Well there are, they are called server cases and they aren't cheap--> to the tune 1700 USD at minimum. Ok airconditioned case wasn't the only positive. With an enclosed case NO DUST
. I was having to clean my case once a week, and I mean having to not OCD but having to. Another positive was the noise from a computer. My fiancees computer beside me was loud, in a case no more noise. Turn up that GPU fan wont matter, you can't hear it. With my H55 I dropped from 58C max load temps to 40C at 4.6ghz. Even benching/stability testing at 4.8/4.9 only got to 48C. So you see the results here. It works very well albeit fairly crude setup but not far from a final prodution piece. Oh and the possible issues that most people bring up with aircondition cases is the humidity and sweating: it is an enclosed case ( cabinet rather ) so the only moisture is what went in when you put your computer in, so no problem.
The dust aspect is my favorite part. No more dust, no more finding out that I should have cleaned it a week ago.
Ofcourse the noise being limited too helps. The case makes some noise, the airconditioning, but it is far more tolerable than the computer fans, I have alot of them. ( I am a redneck so I will find a way to make it work, and in the case of fans- I'll use fans from anything.
Well just wanted to share with you guys my recent activity and success. Hopefully I will be able to sell/ put in production these babies.
Now on to another idea I had. A new Radiator design that may very well blow the traditional ones out of the water, so to speak.