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post #41 of 48
actually what am i saying the material costs are pretty high i guess . epecially all the 316grade stainless steel bolts. you got to have them though cos zinc coted ones rust fast due to galvanic and condensation. mind you in this version the bolts dont touch the copper
post #42 of 48
What kind of temp's do you get with it?
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post #43 of 48
well that's a complicated answer. the T-balancer adjusted fan speed and TEC VOLTAGE to keep the cpu at 30c irrelevant of load . This way i can save heaps on power and avoid most of the Condensation issues.
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well that's a complicated answer. the T-balancer adjusted fan speed and TEC VOLTAGE to keep the cpu at 30c irrelevant of load . This way i can save heaps on power and avoid most of the Condensation issues.
Run it on down and see what you can get, a slush-box chiller will cool your whole mobo down to -30C or so. You wont get much condensation in just a few minutes.
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post #45 of 48
Well i can't because i don't have enough power i only have 700watts. For full power id need 3000watts. i have no intention of running it at -30 even if i could do that with 700watts i wouldn't cos thats not the point. it's meant to be electrically efficient and avoid most condensation issues

im currently using 400 watts to cool my 230watt quad.
post #46 of 48
Well it will do that then, its something to play with I guess.
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post #47 of 48
this chillier really has to much Qmax for realistic really cold temps. but thats not the point of it. its been configured to efficiency. Any way i dont think a high wattage run would prove much. my cooling system isn't that great . i've effectively got 2 gts 360s cooled by 2000 rpm fans . which probably isn't enough . it's not like i've got dual 480 gtx's with push pull 3000 rpm fans
post #48 of 48
its worth whatever people are willing to pay for it. and i think thats a price some people would indeed be willing to pay.
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