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Just 1, but I intent for it to be as cold as possible while also being as silent as possible.

Its possible I can do it with half or less, but since I have the space, so might I as well do it.
Might even set a record in the prosess, unless someone has been crazy enough to attempt this many radiators in a build before.

I know it is silly to say but, You do know that you won't get below ambient biggrin.gif
Edited by FreeElectron - 5/24/15 at 4:20pm
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by FreeElectron View Post

I know it is silly to ask but, You do know that you won't get below ambient biggrin.gif
I know, at least not with water cooling.
post #13 of 14
That's seross massive tx??? Yeah, if you Google tx10, that's one of the first to show up. Massive beast! Too extreme for me tongue.gif.
post #14 of 14
With that many radiators, may I suggest the following, which I'm considering:

1) Conformal coating on all components
2) Dielectric grease in every slot
3) TEC peltier devices, custom blocks to touch the components, with water blocks connected to the hot side of the TEC
4) An adjustable voltage control for each TEC

So what I envision is allowing the TEC to directly cool a metal plate to sub-zero temps which connects directly to the components. This means the conformal coating is used to prevent shorting from condensation and the dielectric grease is to prevent moisture from getting into ANY open port, including where each component is connected. The water blocks connect to the hot side of the TEC and carry away the heat to your massive radiator system. You start by adjusting the voltage on the CPU TEC. After that and checking cooling of the water from this, then crank up the GPU TEC and set to what works with the overclock. You may want to do the Ram blocks or PCH and VRM before the GPU, but that is your decision. YOU MUST INSULATE THE COMPONENTS AS WELL AS YOU WOULD FOR RUNNING A DICE/CASCADE/LN2 SYSTEM!!! After setting all of the TEC voltages while watching water cooling capacity and checking for stable overclock and system equilibrium, you now have a sub-zero water cooled system to destroy benches!!!
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