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Originally Posted by LyokoHaCk View Post
I am going to change from my 72~96 watt TEC to a 240w but I'm going to need a tuniq and a REALLY good fan for it.
How power much can the Tuniq dissapate? What voltage/wattage will you be running your TEC?
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I'm going to be running it at 420w? All I know is the tuniq is pwn and if my Freezer 64 can take a pelt then the tuniq can.
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I'm getting really tired of seconding Pinhead but he's right; you definately do not want to run your 437W pelt @ 437W... I am running my 437W @ 13v and getting nice load temps around 0c on my FX-57. If you run it at 437W (24v) it might give slightly better results but it will also be pumping twice the heat into your WC loop which will cause your GPU and pelt to run hotter (assuming you are running both on the same WC loop). The problem with this is that you start pushing the maximum temperature differential between hot and cold sides on the pelt and I'm willing to bet good money that after a few hours of fragging your load temps will be as high if not higher than if you undervolted the pelt.

If you had unlimited cooling power to keep the peltier cooled down you'd probably see a descent difference but when you have limited cooling power, like a WC setup you need to find the most efficient setting for the peltier.
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