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if you can guess what it is +1 rep, munch is out cause he knows...

ps this is not to scale, it has to fit in my tv cabinet, i figure a regular case pump wont work, im just thinking though would a larger pump push water to quickly through the loop though, or to slowly, so many questions

i am just making this as a hoby and probably wont even use it as a fulltime replacement, might sell it once im
Edited by Goobers - 11/21/09 at 4:52am
    
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is that a humidifer? or one of those "lightbulb heaters"?
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that they do, 4"6' 140$ usd, but damn it would look hawt... im designing a XXXXXXX atm, i had to censor what it was because its a secret, unless your muncha then you already know
Your drawing looks a lot like a hvc/naja looked at from the side. With vents / fans at both an inlet side and outlet side.

The original horizontal bar cooler design was a single horizontal bar in a narrow box. The idea was for the cloth substrate to be able to have artwork on it, and to have a clear side on the thing. This way the cooler could look like one of those indoor waterfall fountains or water features people buy.
Perhaps your sketch is a version of one of those.

re. bar weights - if you have teh cloth long enough to go to the bottom of the reservoir, you wont need those - trust me water/wet towels are heavy.

Looks like a good plan to me Will you be building it anytime soon sir?
Edited by nub - 11/21/09 at 7:45am
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@ rampage, close but no cigar. its a design for a volenti cooler

@ nub, you guessed right, it is indeed a volenti cooler, i did get the idea off naja, also this will not be limited to 1 tube, i will be planning for 6-8. as for the bar weights they will not be heavy ones but they will be needed, i intend to have 6 fans to circulate air through the thing, not at ridiculous speeds but its alot of air, lets put it that way, i dont want the cloth to have a chance of joining with another, it may not be necessary but for now that's the plan

as for will it be built any time soon, click the smiley
    
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Nifty. 6 to 8 rungs? That wont be small One way to be certain your cloth stays separate would be to have rods/tubes/etc (whatever you want to call them or use) across the bottom. Have them perpendicular to the cloth. So that 2 - one on each side - would contact all your cloth substrates. then you could attach each cloth to the bottom 'space holder rack' at your desired spacing.
In any case it looks really good and am looking forward to seeing how it turns out (pics we want pics )
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I got my Naja built and rebuilt today. I went way overkill on the first set of pipes and made them into swiss chesse. Then I went back to the hardware store and bought sleeves, cut off the pipes in the center, then fitted in new ones with much smaller holes. I have not glued the new center pipes and see no reason to do so. I have been drilling more holes (and just added two more now) with a little battery powered drill. I am happy with the flow now and think I'll leave it alone but I'm still not gluing. I am running fanless right now too, with the lid off. I have plans for either two 120mm fans or 1 250mm fan. I will also add appropriate vent holes and fan filters.

My Loop/Naja Chiller details:
Mag 5 (500gph pump, 380gph @ 3 feet head)
Naja Chiller
-22 Gallone Sterilite Container - $7
-1/2" 10' PVC Pipe - $1.20
-10x 1/2" T Fittings - Bag of 10 - $2.53
-4x 1/2" 90 degree Fittings - ~$1.50 (.2* a piece)
-2 yards of heavy felt - $7

Total cash spent on the Naja was less than $25. I spent nearly twice that on my bong. I am also getting slightly lower load temps though I'm not sure if it has had time to reach full temps. Ir is running around 43 max but I don't know if it has hit it's true max yet. I also think I need to clean out my block and reseat it.
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how much did the pump cost?

and, PICS OR IT DIDN'T HAPPEN
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When you say max what exactly is your load source? Linpack? OCCT? Everest FPU? Prime95? A 43C max while running Linpack or FPU is not too bad - especially fanless. I think that with a cleaned out block and better TIM/mount you should see lower temps than that. You also forgot to mention your ambient temp
edit: re. costing less than tower bong. This is another reason I think the hvc/naja is the best design overall.
edit: screenshot did not work, so ran Linpack again and this time used the 'save' button in Everest (used Everest system stability test screen to monitor temps) Ambient is about 25C. Max core temp was 39C.




My max core temp this time was 2C higher than the last time I ran it. Still not too bad though.
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When you say max what exactly is your load source? Linpack? OCCT? Everest FPU? Prime95? A 43C max while running Linpack or FPU is not too bad - especially fanless. I think that with a cleaned out block and better TIM/mount you should see lower temps than that. You also forgot to mention your ambient temp
edit: re. costing less than tower bong. This is another reason I think the hvc/naja is the best design overall.
i agree. Personally i think the conventional "tower style" bong is pretty archaic and should be built only for testing purposes or whatnot.

an idea i posted a while back for any bong design's res - if you get a couple of those hot/cold gel packs, you could stick them in the freezer and have one in the res, then rotate them around as necessary. yeah?
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i agree. Personally i think the conventional "tower style" bong is pretty archaic and should be built only for testing purposes or whatnot.

an idea i posted a while back for any bong design's res - if you get a couple of those hot/cold gel packs, you could stick them in the freezer and have one in the res, then rotate them around as necessary. yeah?
Too high tech. Try dumping a bag of ice in your reservoir if you want to run benchmarks. I did that with a 10 pound bag of ice and had all sort of condensation problems....

re. tower bongs.
small tower bongs less than 18" high and 6" diameter are very portable. Using a coil and scrubby pad substrate method instead of a shower head such bongs give very good cooling - equal to a larger bong. The problem is the small reservoir. But that is probably the best type of bong to use at a lan party. I know the one I made had about 1 quart of water in the reservoir at teh bottom of the 'tower'
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