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post #11 of 35
it wont work, why? for one the res is a hard plastic and you cant set that on it properly for it to cool the water...youd have to set it inside and i dont think youre gonna cut your res open just to put it in...theres no use, it wont work.
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post #12 of 35
I'm going to get one, it will work great for keeping my beer or pop cool while I game. As far as using it on your res it wont help unless your res fits in the base.
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I've devised a complicated and visually stunning schematic so that our more common audience (MK) can better understand what's goin' down.
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Quote:
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I've devised a complicated and visually stunning schematic so that our more common audience (MK) can better understand what's goin' down.
unless you plan on taking the thing apart...look how small the cooling section of it it...its as big as the base of any can or bottle...not even big enough to cool a res sorry.
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post #15 of 35
It would be a very low powered peltier module doing the business, especially if it is usb.
The unit might not even cool your drink properly, especially if it is not cold in the first place. Another problem is heat rises so if it was to cool your drink the cooler needs to be on the top. You dont fill ya esky up with beer after putting in the ice, the beer goes in first and ice on top. mmm beer The device is pretty much just something for sale and is not going to do a good job either way surely. If it does work I better get about 10 of them for my beers
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post #16 of 35
40 bucks for that thing is not worth it mate, i don't mean that the item doesn't worth 40 bucks, but for ur experiment...it wouldn't help trust me. First off that thing would cool cans or glass bottles better than plastic bottles. Second, it won't directly hitting the reversoir like the heansink and CPU. Thirdly, if it was air at 7 C, then it might have a continous pressure to push through and makes that revesoir chill if it's vunerable enough, but this thing is like around 1/2 inch or more dip down (to keep the beverage in place). Which means you're using it for just the condensing that cold air that you crave...(lol), but then whoever says that it needs to be sub zero to condense, that would means you wouldn't be getting any benefits...from it. And it seems to be some kind of TEC* technology inside that baby, which also means the bottom will be warm, making the stuff under that thing warm, and it's not good either. For conclusion, I think you should forget about the experiment and give me 20 dollars I'll hold your back pack when you go to school (for a week) heheh. Don't do it "TheKraken", we just want you to save money for your next build.
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post #17 of 35
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Originally Posted by tuchan
The unit might not even cool your drink properly, especially if it is not cold in the first place.
It damn sure better cool my drink, or it gets mailed back.

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Originally Posted by ken225
Second, it won't directly hitting the reversoir like the heansink and CPU. Thirdly, if it was air at 7 C, then it might have a continous pressure to push through and makes that revesoir chill if it's vunerable enough, but this thing is like around 1/2 inch or more dip down (to keep the beverage in place).
I'm thinkin this is where the modifications come into play: I can either use this copper headsink that would fit oh-so-well, or I can cut a soda can and fill it will something more solid, maybe a bunch of solder... I'll think of something.
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post #18 of 35
Well, if you have to buy it at least save yourself $5!

http://www.xoxide.com/cool-it-usb-beverage-cooler.html
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post #19 of 35
Lol, well if you ever run out of ideas I'll lend you mine, I have lots of stupid ideas that works =). Well maybe....you should run ur tubes and super glue it to the thing and that might work better lol.
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post #20 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheKraken
I've devised a complicated and visually stunning schematic so that our more common audience (MK) can better understand what's goin' down.
LMAO that is pure rocket science right there kraken lol
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