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OCAddict - I know a lot of research, time and love has gone into your latest creation but what would it cost to duplicate it? Or should I say how much would you want to make another one?

Just a thought.

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Edit: I just back tracked from my post, I'm sorry for your loss too. Peace mate.
Edited by OZrevhead - 10/18/17 at 7:47pm
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OCAddict - I know a lot of research, time and love has gone into your latest creation but what would it cost to duplicate it? Or should I say how much would you want to make another one?

Just a thought.

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Edit: I just back tracked from my post, I'm sorry for your loss too. Peace mate.

Thanks for the sentiment! I appreciate it.

The case itself as pictured is only cooling the CPU and without motherboard, CPU, System memory, and GPU, you're looking at $1,200 at least.

Obviously you could easily build an entire computer for that amount of money but not overclock it to 5.2ghz.

Even if you built a machine with a full custom water cooling setup that could actually run a 0 DeltaT, you still would not reach 5.2ghz, in the ambient cooling realm.

The GPU is independently cooled it has it's own pump, reservoir, and radiator and fans, and full coverage GPU water block, as there is really no need to Chill Water Cool a graphics card so that's why it is traditionally water cooled but to overkill levels considering the radiator being used to cool it and all of that is an additional $500 bucks.

It kinda stings when you add it all up and face the cost all at one time for high end cooling, but this has been and ongoing experiment for 5 years.

With zero regrets, even though there has been some money completely lost on experiments that failed to produce the desired results.

Just so you are 100% aware, OCN seriously frowns on any type of build this for me type posting, so I would not do that anyway.
Edited by OCAddict - 10/19/17 at 3:45am
post #143 of 230
You are right to be proud of this work. I don't have the time or patience to learn how to do all this but from what I do understand about TECs you addressed the heating issues in a neat and efficient way.


I've seen how the performance of Ryzen scales with cooling and I feel while a TEC is still too expensive it atleast has some practical value with the right CPU.
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What's the max COP one can get out of a TEC these days?
 
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What's the max COP one can get out of a TEC these days?

Assuming you are referring to CoP as Coefficient of Performance, it's kinda difficult to answer that when it comes to multiple peltiers that are not always energized, in relation to an AC cooling unit that has a compressor as a fixed solid number.

This 3.0 version mainly runs off of 1 of the peltiers, when needed the the other 2 kick in to drop the coolant temperature fast and hold it lower, if the CPU load needs it lower.
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Been playing around with some 4K gaming and so far it's been rather breathtaking especially in FarCry 4 with all the open scenery and mountains, if I had only known how awesome the 4K visual experience is, I would have done it a long time ago.
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It's taking forever for Intels Coffee Lake 8700K CPUs to actually be available?
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Yeah, seems odd that the 8350 is first out of the gate.
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I've got a buddy who was just asking me about the 8700k.. I thought it was already out, guess not..
     
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I've got a buddy who was just asking me about the 8700k.. I thought it was already out, guess not..

It's a paper launch of epic proportions. Good to see Ryzen forced Intel to move a launch forward by nearly a quarter.
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