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Cooling Build with Novec 7000

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I've gone from air cooling to water cooling and now I wish to try a submerged build using novec 7000. Any help on how or where to start would be great.


I don't know what section to put this under for cooling so if a mod wants to move it and tell me which section that would be awesome. Haha.
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How much cash do you have for this? Any experience with fabrication? It doesn't sound like you've read up on maintenance and recondensing the fluid, sealed system, etc.
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How much cash do you have for this? Any experience with fabrication? It doesn't sound like you've read up on maintenance and recondensing the fluid, sealed system, etc.

Not at all. That's why I was looking for a place to start. Cash I have. Not an issue. I was just thinking of doing a sealed system build for fun. I'm decent with small scale fabrication. But practice makes perfect I guess.
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Anyone? I can't gather much from the interwebs so anyone with a place to start for me would be great.

Even something with mineral oil or what not would be helpful to get started with.
Edited by Shion314 - 1/1/13 at 11:35am
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This company specializes in submersible computing, worth a look http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php
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This company specializes in submersible computing, worth a look http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php

Tried looking into theirs already. Didn't help much...
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Do you intend to make the chamber yourself or buy some kind of fish tank?.......I've just posted up here:-

http://www.overclock.net/t/1346823/cryogenic-2-phase-submersion-cooled-pc

I'm going to be doing a very similar build accept I'll be using a different fluid.....one with a boiling point of about -16c that will be kept chilled with an air con unit.......I'll be doing a home made tank/chamber so I can get the exact dimensions I want......be good to knock some ideas back and fore if you like?
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