The reason i tougt about useing vaselin came because it is not conductive right and it can make a air tight seal so there will be no conductive metarials being in contact with electrical commponents which is the problem with codensation due to use of peltiers or am i wrong?
The maksimum heat transfer as i understand it of this peltier is 89w the powerconsumtion is 138w.
I am going to cool the hot side with a water cooling system consisting of one 3x 120mm radiator + 1x 120mm radiator. the waterblock is an shiftech apogee gt, the pump is aqua computer xt ultra.
specifications for the small peltier:
- Product Number: DC-CL021
- Product Name: 136.8W TEC Thermoelectric Cooler Peltier 12V
- Type Number: TEC1-12709T125
- Couples: 127
- Umax (V
- I max(A): 9
- △Tmax Qcmax=0(℃): 66
- Qcmax △Tmax=0(W): 89.2
- Th =27 ℃
- Dimensions (mm) 40 Ã— 40 Ã—3.4 mm
- Item Net Weight 70g
The cpu i am cooling down is a intel 8400e on a asus maximus motherboard. I also have a peltier with a power consumtion of 400w that i can use instead.
Spesifaction for the big peltier
# 50mm x 50mm x 3.64mm
# Maximum power consumption 400 Watts
# Operates from 0-15.4 volts DC and 0-26 amps
# Operates from -60 deg C to +180 deg C
# Each device is fully inspected and tested
# Fitted with 6-inch insulated leads
# Perimeter sealed for moisture protection
The readings in core temp doesent go below 40c in windows without running any stress tests even tough i have a room temp of 10c and water temp of 15c. core temp gives the same readings even tough the room temp is 27c and the water temp is 32c.
I am sorry for being vage in my last quastion I haven't posted a message on a forum before