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^ yeah, i dont really trust TEC's that much either but i thought it would be a good option for the heatsink im making.

Im going for a reccord OC on air so TEC's seem to be the way to go.

Should i get that?

seems like a GREAT deal.
You'll need a very big custom air cooler for that tec dude.
Get watercooling if you wan't to use that tec.
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post #12 of 52
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^^

HAHAHa

like i said, im making my heatsink and it is made out of a radiator from an ac unit that will mount about 12 yate loons, so it should do the trick.
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I would love to see how you play on making a radiator into a heatsink it must rely on a lot of heatpipes.
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I would love to see how you play on making a radiator into a heatsink it must rely on a lot of heatpipes.
20 actually (=
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post #15 of 52
Good thing too heatpipes actually max out a pretty low wattage. I've had a 90w Qmax TEC max out my thermalright SI-128SE.
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post #16 of 52
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Good thing too heatpipes actually max out a pretty low wattage. I've had a 90w Qmax TEC max out my thermalright SI-128SE.
wow thats suprising, but like i said. The heatpipes are like 2-3 feet long each and they are connected to a rad that mounts 12 yate loons
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post #17 of 52
Why not just use a car radiator fan, probably cheaper and more effective.
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post #18 of 52
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^ definetly not going to be as affective as a bunch of little fans, but back on topic.

flak, do you think this would work on such a massive unit?
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post #19 of 52
Well it would probably be more intelligent to pick 2-4 lower wattage TECs and run them at a lower voltage that would give you the ability to move a high heatload and still have some efficiency so to speak.
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Well it would probably be more intelligent to pick 2-4 lower wattage TECs and run them at a lower voltage that would give you the ability to move a high heatload and still have some efficiency so to speak.
I dont mind to much about "efficiency" its for a bench session so...
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