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post #11 of 18
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I have a chiller(not a TEC chiller) inside my Lian-Li. You dont need radiator(s), less power consumption. Check the pic.
Cheers bud, what sort of chiller is it?

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Before I can answer your question, I need to know the specifications of your PC. I.E CPU and Graphics card. You can't expect me to say whether it will fit or not, without the vital information.

Even with an overclocked i7 920. You would need at least 400W of Qmax, which is still considered to be insufficient. And the power consumption would be nearly 700W at Umax. So the total heatload would be around 1000W. Which would require at the very least two 120.3 radiators, and I don't think a Lian Li P80 will accommodate two 120.3 radiators.

I would strongly suggest you re-read ultrasonic2's TEC guide.
Mate I dident expect you to do anything, sorry if it seemed that way.
I have filled in my system specs(I had before I posted on this site) but they arent showing up in my Sig? Does anybody know why?
Also is that the guide you linked? if so I did read it.
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If your not interested in going subzero. You could run the chiller inline with the current radiator, and wouldn't need so much Qmax. However you would still need a second radiator to dissipate heat from the TEC.
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If your not interested in going subzero. You could run the chiller inline with the current radiator, and wouldn't need so much Qmax. However you would still need a second radiator to dissipate heat from the TEC.
I see that is a problem then maby because I was going to add another rad, for when I put 3 gpu's into the loop. So The two rads and TEC, would that be enough to cool everything? Or would I need another rad again?

Thanks mate, as I said before I have filled out my specs they just arent coming up.

Sir Overkill.

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Does anyone know why they stopped making these? were they bad or something?:http://www.swiftnets.com/products/mcwchill-452.asp

Edited by Sir Overkill - 1/4/11 at 2:39pm
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I see that is a problem then maby because I was going to add another rad, for when I put 3 gpu's into the loop. So The two rads and TEC, would that be enough to cool everything? Or would I need another rad again?

Thanks mate, as I said before I have filled out my specs they just arent coming up.

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Why not just add another radiator to your current loop? Making a decent TEC chiller will be alot harder than you think.
1. You cant use CPU waterblocks. They are designed for removing heat, and not for chilling water.
2. You will need to purchase copper, which will be expensive.
3. You will need to purchase a milling machine, or milling service.
4. You will need to purchase acrylic tops, o-ring and bolts.
5. You will also need to provide the correct amount of pressure to the TEC's.
6. You will need to use a seperate powersupply, either a meanwell or a modded ATX powersupply.
7. You will need the correct amount of Qmax.
8. You will need to purchase the correct thermalpaste for subzero.
9. You will need to use the correct amount of radiators.

However you could purchase ultrasonic2's 4x50mm chiller, but rules 5-9 still applies.
Edited by xtremetechuk - 1/5/11 at 3:27am
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Why not just add another radiator to your current loop? Making a decent TEC chiller will be alot harder than you think.
1. You cant use CPU waterblocks. They are designed for removing heat, and not for chilling water.
2. You will need to purchase copper, which will be expensive.
3. You will need to purchase a milling machine, or milling service.
4. You will need to purchase acrylic tops, o-ring and bolts.
5. You will also need to provide the correct amount of pressure to the TEC's.
6. You will need to use a seperate powersupply, either a meanwell or a modded ATX powersupply.
7. You will need the correct amount of Qmax.
8. You will need to purchase the correct thermalpaste for subzero.
9. You will need to use the correct amount of radiators.

However you could purchase ultrasonic2's 4x50mm chiller, but rules 5-9 still applies.
Sorry dude it was very late when I wrote that, I dident really make sense.
I have one 360 rad and Im going to add another 360 rad because I want three GPU's and my CPU in the loop, so I would need three 360 rads(one for the chiller) which there isnt enough room for.

Also I know making a decent chiller would be hard, im proberly not even capeable of it, thats why I was asking why they stopped making those shiftech chillers. Because I wanted to buy one.

Thank you very much mate.

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Just let you know that 1 x GTX 360 radiator was unable to cool a 225W TEC.
So, TEC chiller and all the stuff for it, will not fit inside your case.
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Sorry dude it was very late when I wrote that, I dident really make sense.
I have one 360 rad and Im going to add another 360 rad because I want three GPU's and my CPU in the loop, so I would need three 360 rads(one for the chiller) which there isnt enough room for.

Also I know making a decent chiller would be hard, im proberly not even capeable of it, thats why I was asking why they stopped making those shiftech chillers. Because I wanted to buy one.

Thank you very much mate.

Sir Overkill.

Couldn't you have the TEC chiller in a seperate enclosure on the floor or cupboard? The Lian li P80 can accommodate two 120.3 radiators, one at the front and one at the bottom. Now all of the heat will be dumped into the same room as the TEC chiller, which will raise the coldside temperature. So I would have the TEC chiller in another room or in the loft.

I would recommend purchasing ultrasonic2's 4x50mm TEC chiller, and four 50mm TEC-28820's from wellentech. I would run them at 12v, which will have a combined Qmax of 560W at 12v, and consume 320W. So the total heatload would be around 880W, which will need at least two 120.3 radiators. But I would recommend using two 120.4 radiators or three 120.3 radiators.

The 225w TEC listed by "IOSEFINI" consumes 372w. So the total heatload would be around 600W at Umax.
Edited by xtremetechuk - 1/5/11 at 11:41am
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