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post #421 of 680
Whoa...that's less than I thought you were going to say...yep I would only need the the block...you charging enough fo your time ? - that's were all the phase builders flunked out.

EDIT - MODS - sorry shouldn't of asked how much....
Edited by zipdogso - 10/26/09 at 7:02pm
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Whoa...that's less than I thought you were going to say...yep I would only need the the block...you charging enough fo your time ? - that's were all the phase builders flunked out.

EDIT - MODS - sorry shouldn't of asked how much....

Yeah that’s damn cheap im my opinion. I mean it uses 8 times as much copper as the fusion block that sells for 60 -80 USD

I’m not charging for my time. Im doing it for the love of it and to prove some points …. Iv’e started some work on my new chiller . That should be cool … that’s providing I can sell enough of the above blocks to cover the costs of the materials.

A descent chiller I think could really change lives .. it’s going to cost 300 ish though so that might be a killer but It will be properly insulated and made of copper which I think will be a first for a TEC chiller
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Yeah that’s damn cheap im my opinion. I mean it uses 8 times as much copper as the fusion block that sells for 60 -80 USD

I’m not charging for my time. Im doing it for the love of it and to prove some points …. Iv’e started some work on my new chiller . That should be cool … that’s providing I can sell enough of the above blocks to cover the costs of the materials.

A descent chiller I think could really change lives .. it’s going to cost 300 ish though so that might be a killer but It will be properly insulated and made of copper which I think will be a first for a TEC chiller
I'd say there is certainly a market big enough for you for a decent chiller
I appreciate the necessity of "dumbed down" units that work from the molex and need no more parts etc but it would be nice to see a decent chiller - I confess I will probably never buy one but I will be right behind you if anyone asks where to get one.
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I'd say there is certainly a market big enough for you for a decent chiller
I appreciate the necessity of "dumbed down" units that work from the molex and need no more parts etc but it would be nice to see a decent chiller - I confess I will probably never buy one but I will be right behind you if anyone asks where to get one.
One thing I don’t want to do is make crap .. So it will be designed based on an external PSU used.

However I’ve just un the numbers and if you ran it off a 5 volts rail it would have a COP of 7.2 ! and be able to cool a i7. Hmmm chillers are all good in theory
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By chiller what do you mean?
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By chiller what do you mean?
I imagine he means a multiple undervolted TEC unit to cool coolant which will be situated outside the machine a better and probably bigger version of his 4 TEC water block like he said he wont be hampered by PC PSU's and molex plugs but I am curious about what he just said about the 5v.
Should make for a cheap power supply !

A chiller can be used for all PC parts in a normal W/C loop and within reason can be made to any power.
Edited by zipdogso - 10/26/09 at 7:45pm
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I thought that was what you guys were talking about

My idea for a chiller probably wouldn't have worked, but it was going to involve attaching megahalems to the reverse of waterblocks with a TEC in the middle. I would have to create a custom heatspreader though to go between the megahalem and the TEC because of the size of the megahalem base. I am also not sure if the expense would warrant the temperatures i would get.
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I imagine he means a multiple undervolted TEC unit to cool coolant which will be situated outside the machine a better and probably bigger version of his 4 TEC water block like he said he wont be hampered by PC PSU's and molex plugs but I am curious about what he just said about the 5v.
Should make for a cheap power supply !

A chiller can be used for all PC parts in a normal W/C loop and within reason can be made to any power.
Yip water to water chiller better than the one I made previously. While successful it could be SO much better

Ruff numbers for you zip
3x 360watt qmax TEC’s at 20% of umax
55 ish watts used while moving 400 ish which = a COP of 7.2
And a delta of 26c (unloaded)
This is assuming my design will work .. which is pretty questionable
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I thought that was what you guys were talking about

My idea for a chiller probably wouldn't have worked, but it was going to involve attaching megahalems to the reverse of waterblocks with a TEC in the middle. I would have to create a custom heatspreader though to go between the megahalem and the TEC because of the size of the megahalem base. I am also not sure if the expense would warrant the temperatures i would get.
Nothing to do with TEC's is cheap i think 300 USD would be cheap for a decent chiller.

Regarding the megahalems I would imagine it could work quite well if setup properly but as you say it would be quite expensive. Whether it would actually warrent the cost is a personal thing - I have been 2 years designing and buying parts and tools for my project and was stunned the other day to find I have spent over GB£1000 but that does include tools.

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This is assuming my design will work .. which is pretty questionable
Surely NOT - I wont believe it....it 's not questionable.
Edited by zipdogso - 10/26/09 at 8:02pm
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Sad to say it but yeah I've collected about $400 worth of parts for testing and that doesn't even scrape the bottom. I've got about $2000 of tools I need to get in order to do my project, and it'll involve some pretty sweet testing and accurate numbers .
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