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^^ He said that it never went below 20C, so I'm assuming that it never came close to the due point.

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^^ He said that it never went below 20C, so I'm assuming that it never came close to the due point.

^ this, spec sheet of the 300a

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I've been contemplating doing a loop with a chiller... I already have a portable AC unit in my room, so it can't be any louder than that! I'd really like someone to record their chiller so i can hear the noise!

I have a solution: Sleep in the kitchen for tonight and listen to your fridge wink.gif
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So... you are saying you wouldn't recommend doing it without pre rads?
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I have a solution: Sleep in the kitchen for tonight and listen to your fridge wink.gif

My office has a 9000 BTU portable AC unit in here with it, with the fan on high... Can't be any worse that that :-D
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I have a solution: Sleep in the kitchen for tonight and listen to your fridge wink.gif

then double it!
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So... you are saying you wouldn't recommend doing it without pre rads?
My office has a 9000 BTU portable AC unit in here with it, with the fan on high... Can't be any worse that that :-D

We don't do air conditioning here in the uk, so i wouldn't really know at least not in homes. I wouldn't recommend doing it at all, if you did either get the biggest chiller they sell or pre rad, but if your getting rads the chiller don't really do any extra unless you don't care about dew point.
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The biggest one by Hailea that can be found in the USA, as far as I know is the 500A.

I think I'll stick to adding a 9x140mm of watercool if that's what you recommend.
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Koolance has a new water chiller.
Koolance EXC-800 Portable 800W Recirculating Liquid Chiller $1,399.99

Koolance's EXC-800 is a portable recirculating liquid chiller rated at 800W, or 2730 BTU/hr (@25°C liquid & ambient). Chiller control is based on one of four configurable temperature methods, including the option to lock liquid to ambient for avoiding condensation, or to an external K-type thermocouple sensor (not included). The integrated pump is a Koolance PMP-500, with a maximum coolant output from the unit of 11L/min (2.9 gal/min) and 7.5m (24.6ft) of static head.

Along with the local temperatures and user set-point, EXC-800 can report internal coolant flow rate, pump RPM, and condenser fan RPM on a customizable 2-line OLED display. An adjustable relay trigger output on the rear of the unit is available based on temperature.

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Koolance has a new water chiller.
Koolance EXC-800 Portable 800W Recirculating Liquid Chiller $1,399.99

Koolance's EXC-800 is a portable recirculating liquid chiller rated at 800W, or 2730 BTU/hr (@25°C liquid & ambient). Chiller control is based on one of four configurable temperature methods, including the option to lock liquid to ambient for avoiding condensation, or to an external K-type thermocouple sensor (not included). The integrated pump is a Koolance PMP-500, with a maximum coolant output from the unit of 11L/min (2.9 gal/min) and 7.5m (24.6ft) of static head.

Along with the local temperatures and user set-point, EXC-800 can report internal coolant flow rate, pump RPM, and condenser fan RPM on a customizable 2-line OLED display. An adjustable relay trigger output on the rear of the unit is available based on temperature.


Yeah... but its $1400
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the problem with Haila (and most other) chillers is that they are made for cooling relative large bodies of water, like a 200 - 500 - 1000 liter aquariums
in a wc loop, there is too little water, which causes the chiller to kick in way to often
so, if you want to use a chiller, you should also use a huge res, so you've got a large thermal buffer
so, chiller will kick in less often, but will run a bit longer.

If you can use a very very large res (like a 50 imperial gallons Cold-Water-Coffin-Tank as a pedestal for your PC ) smile.gif ,
you set the chiller to somewhere between ambient & dew and let it run while you are away from the noise

you'll get a 50 gallon sub ambient thermal buffer... it will take some oomph from your PC to heat that back up above ambient wink.gif



As for the "mini-fridge"... sigh... I think the standard answer should be: "yes you can use a fridge, you only have to start dating a butchers daughter and convince her old man to let you use his cold storage room to put your pc/rad/res/fan/... in"


Now, if you really want an Haila... i'ld rather look at aquarium shops (or ebay section) or nautical shops - they are also used on board smal boats/yachts
you'll probably get them cheaper as through a "specialised" PC watercooling shop
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