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i have been thinking for a very long time ....
i have a way to cool the Cpu and GPUs without any heatsink or fans
all pc compound will be cooled in the same way even the PSU
i will strip down all kinds of heat sinks fans heatpipes
the PSU will be coverless to gain more space
i don't know if it's possible , but i will try
How Long Is This Gonna Take? ... i dont know
when i'm gona start ?? as soon as i raise some money
i will work hard for it smile.gif
Size : 50CmX50Cmx7Cm
19.7" x 19.7" x 2.8"
CPU : 4960x
MB : RAMPAGE IV GENE
GPU : 2X Titan Z or 2X GTX 790 if there any ...
RAM ;32 Gb
Cooling : ??? secret
Drive : 1 TB SSD
Total power consumption : 3000W
Fans : 30 X 40 mm PMW fans
estimated cost : 11634 $
First 3D render (done it in 5 min ):


size comparison
" Right" is the Digital Storm Aventum II 30” (L) x 9.5” (W) x 27” (H)






Edited by HitMe - 3/27/14 at 4:30pm
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Total power consumption : 3000W
Fans : 30 X 40 mm PMW fans

30x 40mm fans? That will likely make it the loudest quad-GPU PC as well. At least get up to 80mm, or top/bottom mount some slim 120s. That many small fans will also clog your case with power connectors.

I am all about squeezing power into tight spaces, but I don't think this is feasible. Even if you go for submersion you won't have enough volume of fluid to dissipate the heat without pumping it through a radiator, which doesn't appear to be in your build. More extreme cooling solutions would also add bulky external components, which kinda defeats the purpose of squeezing the internal ones. 3kW is a lot of heat to dissipate (not to mention expensive just to run).
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30x 40mm fans? That will likely make it the loudest quad-GPU PC as well. At least get up to 80mm, or top/bottom mount some slim 120s. That many small fans will also clog your case with power connectors.

I am all about squeezing power into tight spaces, but I don't think this is feasible. Even if you go for submersion you won't have enough volume of fluid to dissipate the heat without pumping it through a radiator, which doesn't appear to be in your build. More extreme cooling solutions would also add bulky external components, which kinda defeats the purpose of squeezing the internal ones. 3kW is a lot of heat to dissipate (not to mention expensive just to run).

the goal in this build is to make a cool portable computer , you only plug the power to start it , no external components even the Psu will be Submerged in the small sealed case .
here's a more detailed photo without any sides or top cover for 1 X Get Titan Z :



the system will run Submerged in novec 7000 fluid that vaporize at 34 °c , and to leave nothing for luck Gpus and Cpu will be cooled with a Full copper water block , copper pipes with with small copper fins and 4 X triple 40 mm rads for that loop , and novec 7100 is runing thru the loop. . and the presure that build up in the sealed pc will be realesed in a small vapor generator to run the fans when it"s needed ,
so it's a self powered cooling system , you will hear the fan only when its hot as hell ... tongue.gif





the system is complex but someone did try this before and get 20 W from 114 W TDP
but i have a very better way to cool the vapor and get it lower that 34°c even in a higher room temperature
the self powered cooling system is optional just to reduce the cooling power consumption.

this will need more study and information gathering.


here's a video of chmodlabs system with a vapor generator smile.gif

http://vimeo.com/37127378
Edited by HitMe - 3/28/14 at 8:38pm
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I've seen a similar rig with an automotive cooler recondensing the vapor, but you're talking about an order of magnitude more power and heat. Using that method to cool the system you are describing would be ambitious without space constraints. Then you want to make it portable? You're going to have issues keeping everything sealed, not to mention the weight.

I'll also note that there is no practical reason to make that much power portable unless you're toting around a 4k display too.
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I've seen a similar rig with an automotive cooler recondensing the vapor, but you're talking about an order of magnitude more power and heat. Using that method to cool the system you are describing would be ambitious without space constraints. Then you want to make it portable? You're going to have issues keeping everything sealed, not to mention the weight.

I'll also note that there is no practical reason to make that much power portable unless you're toting around a 4k display too.

i'm a 3d modeler and a Game art student , everytime i go to study on a P4 pc and 512 Ram i feel like a fool ... i have an Asus i7 2.4Ghz and Nivdia 740m... it's slow as hell
back in the house i have a 3770K and 2X Gtx 770 watercooled ... it renders fast , but not fast as a 2X titan Z ... with 11520 cuda cores . thats 1 $ per Cuda core tongue.gif and + 4960 Cpu ..

this will be hard to make long to get the money , but i will do it . if it's meant to be .

i'm working a night job for that and not turing back smile.gif

this build will be ready in midsummer
and 3000W will be lower because i was gona use a 1200W for TEC
now there's a better way too cool this heat and with less power
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after calculation about total TDP , and how much cooling i would need to keep the computer overclockable , i come a cross many cooling solution :

1/sub zero immersion cooling witch include a bath full of non conductive liquid and a a phase changer
this will cost about extra 2000$ and more in size and Kg

2/ a bath full of non conductive liquid that cooles the computer and it runs thru a loop of 2 x slim Radiato 360mm
this will cost about 500-1000$

3/ a perfectly sealed Bath of Novec 7000 witch boils at 34°c
with a small condenseur on the top water cooled or with TEC and a heatsink
this will cost Max 500$ but the case will be more cubic form like BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX


so i must go with option 2
core i7-4960x
mini dtx Shuttle SX79R5 MB
32GB RAM
2X GTX TITAN Z
the case can hold up to 5 Pcie
3 HDD
3 SSD
1 X Laptop optical drive
6X Fans 120MM
2 x FleXATX PSU 500W total of 1000W with add2psu adapter
250-1000GB of SSD thnx ti the mini PCIe on the Shuttle SX79R5

here's the final images :


comparison of scale
digital storm bolt 2
THEBATH
Digital Storm Aventum

Edited by HitMe - 4/7/14 at 11:08am
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