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Ok, Lukes computer has wheels! I know that is not an abnormal thing, but I would put a set of 22's on that thing!
 
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post #10972 of 107736
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copper isn't welded, it is soldered, and no nothing on a rad will rust unless you leave fan screws installed on it (they are steel)

not sure what the point is of what you where trying to do though, unless you put the rad in a bucket with water and ice you will not get any benefit from just having the rad in a bucket of water.

if you do do a slush box with water and ice keep in mind you will need to insulate your loop against condensation.
Just a thought "spoken out loud". That's all. Nothing I actually plan on doing. But the theory is that if water transfers heat better, then the radiator dropped into a bucket of water (ambient temp - nothing cooled or chilled) would be more efficient in it's cooling function than by using air pushed/pulled by fans. Truth of the matter is that it will probably only be like a degree or two (I estimate) better than an air cooled radiator so it's not worth it IMO.

It's Friday and getting close to 5PM and I need to fill my internal reservoir with my favorite concoction!
post #10973 of 107736
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Ok, Lukes computer has wheels! I know that is not an abnormal thing, but I would put a set of 22's on that thing!
That's the best comment on my rig I've ever heard

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Great build Luke
You've gotta get yourself a side window man. You can't hide that beauty inside.
Thanks
I need all those fans to feed those RX360 and RX240 inside in push pull as well as keep the positive pressure

Thanks to that I have no dust in case/on rads, just on the mesh outside the intake fans
    
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Just a thought "spoken out loud". That's all. Nothing I actually plan on doing. But the theory is that if water transfers heat better, then the radiator dropped into a bucket of water (ambient temp - nothing cooled or chilled) would be more efficient in it's cooling function than by using air pushed/pulled by fans. Truth of the matter is that it will probably only be like a degree or two (I estimate) better than an air cooled radiator so it's not worth it IMO.

It's Friday and getting close to 5PM and I need to fill my internal reservoir with my favorite concoction!
well the temps would be good, until the bucket/barrel of water reached thermal equilibrium with your loop, then your temps would shoot through the roof because the rad would not be being cooled at all.
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well the temps would be good, until the bucket/barrel of water reached thermal equilibrium with your loop, then your temps would shoot through the roof because the rad would not be being cooled at all.
Ahhhh... good point! That's why I only had it in the thought process department. I knew inside it would be too easy to work. Otherwise everyone would already be doing that!
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Ahhhh... good point! That's why I only had it in the thought process department. I knew inside it would be too easy to work. Otherwise everyone would already be doing that!
Of you had a creek or other source of always cool water it could work, but then you have a lot more tubing and would probably need a bigger pump.
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Of you had a creek or other source of always cool water it could work, but then you have a lot more tubing and would probably need a bigger pump.
I think I will stick to my high speed yate loon's (volt controlled) and use all that money that I would have had to spend on my experiment for beer or jack daniels instead.

Hmmm... I am on an island surrounded by ocean! Hate to see what salt spray will do to my mobo though... "Major fried mobo Batman!"
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Of you had a creek or other source of always cool water it could work, but then you have a lot more tubing and would probably need a bigger pump.
Instead of putting a rad in a bucket, why not use a water/water hx? koolance sells them, and you could always put it in your loop post rad, so you can use whatever cooling medium works best at your current location (quick disconnects for lan parties?).
 
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post #10979 of 107736
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Instead of putting a rad in a bucket, why not use a water/water hx? koolance sells them, and you could always put it in your loop post rad, so you can use whatever cooling medium works best at your current location (quick disconnects for lan parties?).
Something like this? That seems like a good option to adding a secondary rad into a loop maybe? Not sure though... first time I come across this. Almost seems like a good idea to install this on the outlet of the CPU block going into a GPU block for example.
post #10980 of 107736
I was just looking at fittings and noticed that enzotech has a wide and narrow why? Is there some benefit to slowing down or speeding up the flow? everyone told me that the speed control pump was kinda dumb or is it?
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