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post #61 of 87
This again, really this again?

A computer would run hotter in a fridge, the heat would just keep building up so much that the compressor would not longer be able to compensate.

There now ****.
post #62 of 87
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60c @ 3.4Ghz.

FAIL TEMPS. You'd do better with a Rasa.. or even a lapped H50.
Oha snap!
lol yeah didnt see that part i was on reg def.
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Oha snap!
lol yeah didnt see that part i was on reg def.
It just proves how useless a fridge'd be to help coolant along. =P

That, or this guy on youtube's not really that well informed.

Now, if you had an air conditioner blowing straight into your rad, that'd be a different story.
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So um, how does your comp dump it's heat them?

Gimmie a second to record a video to prove you wrong.
as i explained the heat its self is being cooled from "flowing water" as the water does heat up but it become room temp before it gets to the rad.
    
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It just proves how useless a fridge'd be to help coolant along. =P

That, or this guy on youtube's not really that well informed.

Now, if you had an air conditioner blowing straight into your rad, that'd be a different story.
or for a temporary fast cool you use an air duster and spray it straight on your rad
    
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as i explained the heat its self is being cooled from "flowing water" as the water does heat up but it become room temp before it gets to the rad.
So why do we have rads? Cause I sure don't like to buy them. My vids are uploading now. You will see first hand how the temps coming out of the fans is greater then the temps coming in.


My ambients are about 74. The beginning shows the ambient. Then I move the probe under the rad and show the temp. Then I move the probe above the fan to show the air coming out. Watch the temp rise my friend. Then I put the probe back under the rad, and the temp falls. If the rad doesn't expel heat, why is the air coming out hotter?
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post #67 of 87
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So why do we have rads? Cause I sure don't like to buy them. My vids are uploading now. You will see first hand how the temps coming out of the fans is greater then the temps coming in.
can't wait maybe ill learn something..
    
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post #68 of 87
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as i explained the heat its self is being cooled from "flowing water" as the water does heat up but it become room temp before it gets to the rad.
ok Sorry im switching sides.
Try this out:
put your hand on the intake side of the rad.
now put your hand on the exhaust side of the rad.
I feel a noticeable difference. the radiator is is heating the air coming out of the Rad. This is a lot of air for a fridge. I think it would have to be a Large fridge.
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post #69 of 87
****!
I got it!

Put a Rad before the fridge!
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post #70 of 87
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I think it would have to be a Large fridge.
Doesn't matter. The fridge design CANNOT take a constant heat dump. I cannot comment on industrial sized fridges, as I believe those units are designed with different specifications.
    
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