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This has raised more than my attention. Sub'd
Hahahahah what's that supposed to mean?!?
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With all that head on that Iwaki and tens of gallons in the loop you'd better make damn sure to quadruple check all the fittings in and around your PC. Don't forget a panic valve directly behind!

Edit: Goddamn I love these projects.
Edited by RonindeBeatrice - 2/18/10 at 7:54am
    
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With all that head on that Iwaki and tens of gallons in the loop you'd better make damn sure to quadruple check all the fittings in and around your PC. Don't forget a panic valve directly behind!

Edit: Goddamn I love these projects.
I'm definitely going to work my way up to putting my final system in-line. I have four spare blocks to leak test with before risking the final hardware.

The loop should be about 11 gallons total, still enough to make a big mess. 9 are in the geothermal piping, 1 is in the remaining tubing, and around 1 will be in the reservoir plus the filter.

The two pipes coming into the computer room will be fitted with Ts so a bleed valve can be installed between them. I could lower the flow to the PC(s) this way if wanted or by shutting off the PC valves, I could keep the loop going through the bleed valve path. Later on I could put a manifold or reservoir for heat exchangers in the PC tubing path instead.
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Massively Awesome Geo setup, looking forward to seeing more on this!
    
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I was wondering what kind of line pressure are you expecting?
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Wow this sounds amazing! Subbed fo sho
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amazing
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This has got to be the coolest cooling experiment I have ever heard about. I can't WAIT to see some final numbers on this.

Awesome work.
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I want one....Bet it will work well! Watching.
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Wow You sir are epic
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