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Anyone try water chillers like this with a water cooling system? If so, have you tried it without a radiator?

http://www.hydroempire.com/store/pro...oducts_id/1111

Added link for bigger chiller below

http://www.hydroempire.com/store/pro...oducts_id/1112
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Can these run all the time or do they have to cycle every 93 gallons?
    
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I don't really know what size you need with one of those for a cpu loop but you don't run a rad with a in-line chiller it will actually warm your water up...


Now if you were just using a small one for supplemental cooling you would put it right after the rad and before the CPU..And I don't know if one like that would help much...If you do a Google I bet you will get alot of hits...
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that wouldnt help , most chillers are have 1hp+ compressors to see any decent results
    
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No clue, that's why I'm asking. I was thinking of killing a drinking fountain but this looks like it could be easier and cheaper. Ambient temps get high in my area so I am trying to find a water chilling or flat out phase change system.

I'm also thinking of fabricating a thin aluminum reservoir and attaching TECs to it for a chiller after radiator.
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im not sure i understand why it wouldn't work as a water chiller??
    
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that wouldnt help , most chillers are have 1hp+ compressors to see any decent results
Thanks! I wouldn't want to waste my money.
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