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post #41 of 47
so you're saying it causes condensation, because it has condensation-prevention? im sorry, but you do not make any sense...
post #42 of 47
sorry i was thinking of two different things i edited that post it now looks like

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it would probably get overwhelmed if you tried to hook all that to it... and i meant modded so it cooled far below the condensation point, because that circuit board it comes with is designed to stop just that
post #43 of 47
modding the unit doesnt mean removing the controll device, if thats what you mean. just hook it to a fan controller instead of the CPU fan connector.
post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by ChielScape View Post
modding the unit doesnt mean removing the controll device, if thats what you mean. just hook it to a fan controller instead of the CPU fan connector.
the control device doesn't just control the fan... i have the fan hooked up to a fan header running at 100% anyway.... but the control device wont let the TEC's run at full power
post #45 of 47
AFAIK the controll units plugs into the CPU fan connector, while getting its power from a molex.
that means that if you leave the molex, but plug the controll units "fanwire" into a fancontroller, you can controll the unit manually.
post #46 of 47
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Originally Posted by ChielScape View Post
AFAIK the controll units plugs into the CPU fan connector, while getting its power from a molex.
that means that if you leave the molex, but plug the controll units "fanwire" into a fancontroller, you can controll the unit manually.
No, The Pump plugs into the CPU fan connector (i dont have it there so it runs at 100% all the time) And a 4 pin molex plugs into the circuit board, the fan plugs into the circuit board (I dont have mine plugged into that) then the TEC's have 4 wires that come off of them, and plugs into the circuit board... the circuit board controls the voltage that they are getting, and a potentiometer on the board is what changes the voltage a bit, hence high and low performance mode

But the board is made to control the cooler so it never goes below ambient, and I have been trying for a very long time to get rid of that circuit board, it has proven frivolous
post #47 of 47
If you want to know how to mod the Freezone to get full power here is how.

1) Buy a Very high CFM 120 fan
2) Buy a 120 to 92 mm adapter there are only a few options of these

Remove the 92 mm fan and install the adapter and 120mm fan this will help drop temps alone.


After you have done that to make the system work on full power all the time simply look at the unit. THere are the following cables coming out of it.

1) Red tiped wires which goes in to the MB install as in manual
2) The white tipped fan controler plug this into the thermal control unit. Install as in the manual
3) The four prong power cable that plugs into the thermal control unit intall as in the manual
4) The black tipped wires for this wire dont follow the directions simply dont plug it in at all this allows the unit to run at full power and about 10% cooler


If you do both of the things above you can gain about 20%more cooling power.
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2 X 150 GB Raptors Windows Vista X32 Hanns G 22" widescreen Logitech G15 
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