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post #21 of 24
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I would use a 120w TEC

Its worth a shot I mean everybody is always bashing air cooled PSUs but im sure it can be done

TECs work best under pressure so see if you can get a bit of copper to make a cold plate and tighten to ~ 150 PSI

TECs are cheap so if it dosent work who cares, you proved to everybody that it dosent work
i know thats my plan. I gpot a 137W TEC and i placing it between my x2 3800 and ASUS Silent square to soo about better temps
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post #22 of 24
go for it. ignore all trolls.
post #23 of 24
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go for it. ignore all trolls.
Who cares if my CPU fries ill just buy a new better one for $50
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post #24 of 24
I've been thinking about making a TEC slush-box using HSF's cooling little 80-158 15V Pelts running at 12V...They wouldn't be direct die cooling so hopefully the HSF can keep them cooled off well..The 158's I might put on a little loop of their own.The only thing is I will need a lot of them because I'll have a 437W at 22V directly on the cpu and thats going to be throwing out major heat....Wouldn't be worth running all the time but if I can knock off another 20C or so it would be worth doing for benching...Direct die cooling with a HSF is I really think a no go, but I have been wrong before...
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