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post #12071 of 106077
Ummm, that air better blow at supersonic speed and chilled to ZERO absolute to do any good whatsoever! I doubt the small area of a CPU waterblock is near large enough for air cooling otherwise!!

Novel idea though!

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post #12072 of 106077
good idea but the idea of using water is because it can hold more heat then air.... ps i live like 30 min from you
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sounds like a unique idea... id be interested to know how it goes if you end up doing the build..
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post #12074 of 106077
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I wonder if the following "hybrid" system is feasable?

Using water based design only instead of water inline, just using air?

Use the water based CPU/Gpu cooler plates, with the radiator submeresed in a chiller, and a fan based "pump" replacing the water pump?

Has this been tried?

Novice so you can make fun of me and I won't cry, much....
Not such a novice idea. I had a similar idea but keeping it all water cooled. In fact, I wanted ice water! The problem is that the water you would submerge the radiator in will slowly start to increase it's temperature therefore decreasing the cooling capability of the radiator. It's one of the many laws of physics I so decided not to pay attention to when I was in high school... Also, if you used iced water, it could/would create condensation that would wind up dripping onto your mobo making all these nice looking sparks which you would definitely not want.
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the closest I've seen to Hybrid is putting a heatsink on a GFX card that goes around the gpu itself, then a gpu block on the gpu...nothing like you suggested lol
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post #12077 of 106077
Don't have to submerge anything Brother Kah.

I have an idea for a slush box using a Performance Cooling Box for automotive racing. You can pick up a Moroso Cool Can for a little over $100 that has a metal Core(might be cast aluminum but shouldn't matter) with 3/8 NPT fittings. You'd have to purchase adapter fittings but you could essentially make a silent running system to get through the hotter summer Days. Fill it with ice, put the lid on it and run it to your hearts content. Cheaper than a chiller, it can be adapted to drain outside like an AC system and you can dial back the fans.

Set it up with Quick disconnects for when you aren't going to run it and build a short section with QDs' to plug in for the rest of the year. Need to drain the loop? No problem, attach a piece of hose to a QD and away you go. An on a Phenom setup no worries.

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post #12078 of 106077
ok. I guess it was not that "cool" Idea.....

Just thought since blowing air from a common fan based cooling solution works, that this mught also work.

I thought air might have less heat gain from resistance while traveling along the tube, could utilize a larger inside diameter tubing, perhaps even a larger volume waterblock, would flow at a much higher rate with less power needed to move, and may transfer temperature faster.

Sorry for "newbie" type of queries, but I would like to best cool my new cpu and graphics cards and liquid cooling systems grabbed my imagination and it took flight. wink.gif



ok. so I need help in finding good solution for 17-3600k cpu with 580 gpu cooling.

my case will be Cooler Master 690 II Advanced.

I have budgeted $350 for this and wonder if I am "in the dark" in that as well smile.gif

a 580 with plate attached runs around $800Cdn, (EVGA GeForce GTX 580 FTW Hydro Copper 2) but a "normal" 580 is 600 or less. heavy price for the plate I think.

"kits" i have found in canada so far are cpu only.

also, suggestions on psu requirements are welcome.

any help is greatly appreciated. I need to decide this week as puchasing this weekend.
Edited by not12quit - 7/5/11 at 1:29pm
post #12079 of 106077
If you don't have your case yet, you might want a HAF case or something around that price range. HAF stands for High Air Flow and Cooler Master means it. One of the best cases for cooling that you can get. Also if you're going to be doing water, the 932 and the X are pretty well thought out in that regard. That I am aware of they're one of the most used cases for Water Cooling.

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post #12080 of 106077
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
If you don't have your case yet, you might want a HAF case or something around that price range. HAF stands for High Air Flow and Cooler Master means it. One of the best cases for cooling that you can get. Also if you're going to be doing water, the 932 and the X are pretty well thought out in that regard. That I am aware of they're one of the most used cases for Water Cooling.

~Ceadder
they are also hideous... :-P judging by the WC thread I would say the 800D is used more often for water cooling these days. about a year ago every other build was an HAF-X, but not so much recently.
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