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yesterday i was drinking water and i though of something... what if you put a watercooler in your loop? of of those big ones for the 18 litre water bottles?
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Originally Posted by the_teflon_don
yesterday i was drinking water and i though of something... what if you put a watercooler in your loop? of of those big ones for the 18 litre water bottles?
I think you are talking about a water chiller, people already do that.
You can make one out of an old AC unit.
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i know they exist, but not by the method im sayin
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i know they exist, but not by the method im sayin
Those water coolers aren't really designed to remove large amounts of heat from water, they just keep it cold.
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Those water coolers aren't really designed to remove large amounts of heat from water, they just keep it cold.
It's a good idea but as metalman2785 said, watercoolers are not designed to deal with a heat source. If you're looking for a waterchiller that does not require a lot of work or modding, on eBay there are often lab chillers available which would give you good temps.
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what are the names? cause nothing shows up!
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what are the names? cause nothing shows up!
A couple of brands that spring to mind are Lytron and Neslab.

http://business.search.ebay.com/chil...1QQsacatZ11815

Of course you don't need the really big ones and there is something new every week.
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