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post #21 of 35
mod it and make a cpu cooler O.O
worth s shot
!try it on an old nearly dead system first lol!
post #22 of 35
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mod it and make a cpu cooler O.O
worth s shot
!try it on an old nearly dead system first lol!
Good point... if I don't see results from the res, i can slap it on the CPU... then again... I don't think it'll be strong enough for that... we'll see. I get it either today or tomorrow.
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post #23 of 35
It is basically a VERY weak TEC, why don't you get a real TEC (or a couple of them) to cool your res (its called a WATER CHILLER ) lol. CoolIt actually sells a water cooling system that uses I think 7 TECs to chill the water and it is supposed to work pretty well and be very simple to install. It's called the Freezeone or something.
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post #24 of 35
buy like 15 of them and take them all apart and then tape them all to your rez
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I will.
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post #26 of 35
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ok, I got it in today. I guess I'm gonna take it apart and see what happens. Here are some photos so far.
I think I'm gonna take the red and black wires and attach them to my fan controller. It uses a military style switch and I can turn it on via that.



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post #27 of 35
lol, the awesomeness that is that little 40mm fan.
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post #28 of 35
If you mount an 80mm fan on the bottom of that heatsink it will get a lot colder than without one. FYI.
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post #29 of 35
If you want good water cooling heres an IDEA!
Get a large plastic container that can hold maybe 50 litres,
put it outside use a ciculation pump commonly used in house radiator systems run a pipe to your pc and you have a very good cooling system.
Im not going to go into detail but you can think about it yourself.
But this system would be better for more permanent systems EG. Servers.
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post #30 of 35
you also need to think about the heat this thing is kicking out. It is using a peltier device so It also generates heat as well as cool. Most likely the bottom gets warm and the top gets cool.
here is an article about the technolagy [sp?]
http://science.howstuffworks.com/question136.htm [same idea]
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