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Originally Posted by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) View Post
Could you explain the last 2 photos more please ?
Are theses just drilled copper blocks ?
Yes... drilled copper blocks.... expensive... $$$
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Originally Posted by overclocker333 View Post
Yes... drilled copper blocks.... expensive... $$$
I BET ! That is some massive blocks of copper

PS I think i might start working on your water block tonight
post #203 of 370
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Originally Posted by zipdogso View Post

If they were 10v max. units you would not of run them 12v.
I figured they were 12v TECs so a ran them for a long time... each with 12v and they got hot but never failed. Are you saying if they were 10v TEC's they would have quit working?

I'm not sure... but I think when I was talking to Matt Green at Coolit one time he said they were 12v tecs... but I can't say that for sure... my memory is cloudy on that. When my thermoelectric freind told me they were 10v tecs... I kind of wondered about that.
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I doubt they were 10 or 12, just by looking at TEC Umax stats it would be extremely improbable that they were an even voltage like 10 or 12. Most seem to be in the 15.2 - 15.6 range for the smaller units. The larger ones don't follow those numbers. I'd say they were probably the standard 15.x V TECs that you see elsewhere.
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PS I think i might start working on your water block tonight

I will be looking forward to playing with it.

Even if this 62mm 30 amp tec I have sitting on my desk won't handle the heat load of an extreme oc i7... it will be fun to play with it. I was thinking about cooling the hotside of your block with my AC chiller just to see how low you have to go before the tec is of no benefit . I have done that with my TEC water chiller.. getting the hotside down to about 4*c... at that point the cold side really wasn't much colder... maybe only a few degrees different... much less than when the hotside is just a little above ambient.

This probably isn't the right place to talk about all of this as it is the "CoolIT TEC Club"
Edited by overclocker333 - 11/15/09 at 7:36pm
post #206 of 370
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i'd say they were probably the standard 15.x v tecs that you see elsewhere.
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hey guys...
id sure like to be a coolit member with yall and also would really appreciate some input here...
my pump on my boreas is rattling like crazy so im going to replace it with a pump rez combo for easy filling.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=25341

i really would like to get this one cuz it has manual pump ajustments and looks really cool too. the problem is that i dont know if it will work with the TEC.

1) does the tec have enough juice to power this sucker (it says that its 8.6W max and 6-12VDC)

2) i will also need to know if the wires are compatible or maybe i need an adapter (its a 3-pin fan header with tachometer speed signal)

i cant find any specs for the TEC units. ive contacted Coolit to see what they have to say but id sure appreciate some input from yall as well.

heres a cool vid i think youll like, even better look up the lyrics!
YouTube- Broadcast Yourself.
thanks so much in advance.
jay
1) You still need the MTEC controller to control the TEC-power, but the RP-980 pump-unit gets its own power from a molex connector. That unit will do just fine I'd say .
2) You don't any wires, as the 2 fans will be controlled by the RP-980. The temp sensor needs to be pugged into the MTEC controller anyway, otherwise the unit can not adjust the power of the tecs.

@overclocker333...that's some nice modding
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How would one of these compare to my water cooling system with a 360mm radiator?
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If I want to, I can get the coolant temp to 9C
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Can I join the club?
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