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Now i wanna pelt... but meh i dont have an extra PSU :/
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Yeah, I'm real happy how it turned out, I was a little bit concerned that the wiring coming from the wall was going to be too short but it turned out just right! And yes, it was much more sturdy than the Swiftech one ever was, and it offers a much more secure mount (Ring terminals on this one vs. screw-down mounts on the Swiftech).
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You know I was reading last night and a guy was saying that if you don't have a load on the 5V rail when you load up the 12V you will only get 9V on it...I'm going to have to pull apart my PSU and check it on load now just to see..I hope thats true because I'll throw a load on the 5V and I should get a lot better temp's....
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Ira ... now that I've gone and bought my dual loop pieces-parts ... what would you recommend for a good power supply for said 427W peltier?

Is the Meanwell a good brand that could handle it on a QX6700 ?

I'm trying to find out all I can now so I can get my Tygon routing installed ahead of time. That way I can reduce down time.
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I guess I should mention that I'm asking because I have a CoolerMaster Stacker with the power supply bays at the top and the bottom. If I can put a TEC power supply somewhere else, then I can use the upper bay for hose routing. Otherwise, I'll find another route for my hoses if the upper Power Supply bay is optimal.
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Yeah Meanwell is one of if not the best...Burn likes the 15V one so he has more V adjustment I'm looking at the 24V so I can run it in the upper V range for colder temp's...The 437W is up to 26V and the 24V Meanwell has a 10% up and down adjustment range....


This is the one I'm thinking of getting...Look around though you can probably find them cheaper then here..


....http://www.frozencpu.com/
FrozenCPU.com | 1.877.243.8266 |

Good place for to look for Meanwells...

...http://www.trcelectronics.com/Meanwell/se-600-12.shtml
SE-6000-12, Mean Well SE-600-12
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post #17 of 46
Sounds like the 24v is the way to go for that QX6700.

Guess I'll be reading up on all of your posts in here now ... gotta try and get a grasp on it all before I make the leap !

Thanks !

Also, does that Meanwell fit in a front 5.25" bay or in the Power supply bay?
post #18 of 46
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Sounds like the 24v is the way to go for that QX6700.

Guess I'll be reading up on all of your posts in here now ... gotta try and get a grasp on it all before I make the leap !

Thanks !

Also, does that Meanwell fit in a front 5.25" bay or in the Power supply bay?
You can get hardware to mount them in one but I don't know how long they are you can just look at the spec's and see...I'll leave you some good links but if we don't stop Pirating Burns thread he will make us walk the plank....

...http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=67927
TEC undervolting charts

...http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=38367
The Ultimate Guide to TECs

...http://www.overclockers.com/articles305/
Cold Plate Materials and Thickness

...http://www.crazypc.com/articles/condensation.htm
Condensation Prevention

...http://www.gruntville.com/howtos/peltier/
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...http://www.procooling.com/index.php?...ticles&disp=45
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post #19 of 46
OOpsy !

Sorry Burn !!!

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You know I was reading last night and a guy was saying that if you don't have a load on the 5V rail when you load up the 12V you will only get 9V on it...I'm going to have to pull apart my PSU and check it on load now just to see..I hope thats true because I'll throw a load on the 5V and I should get a lot better temp's....
Remember those post awhile back on on Cross Loading PSUs?
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