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Originally Posted by Remonster
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.
That would consume insane amounts of electricity in order to be effective. You'd run up an electric bill that would make you wish you'd just gone with phase change.
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post #32 of 35
i was thinking of making a portable A/C, to cool my case, and eventualy my cpu.
but its to expensive, well i have to stick more fans. but good experiment. i would have tried if i could by the cooler.
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post #33 of 35
I'd have to say that in a slower-flowing loop it could have *maybe* some kind of effects. It sounds intresting and im curious if this thing could put out anything useful. If you really want results then maybe you want to look for a beefed up version.

As for your portable AC, this will be an awesome solution compared to something like a full size AC:

http://www.frozencpu.com/slf-06.html

Im actually looking into it. $40, cant go wrong.
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So what ever came of this?
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I was going to attach an 80mm fan to the heatsink, but I've been busy with exams n such. I'll get back to it when I get home for the summer.
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