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The downside with some of these is that they are not designed to handle to Wattage/Heat output that your system is going to deliver in short amounts of time... many of them use half or sense duty cycles and that is going to wear it out really quick.

Phase change, such as using a pressurizing a gas to a liquid, and expanding that liquid back to a gas, is much more involved than a-typical heat exchanging... and is akin to building a race car, when your only experience is at the Go-Kart track...
 
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post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by MightyMission View Post
Proper insulation is Essential! yes chillers work,i use one myself.

the BTU rating is important as you can overload the compressor if you have selected a chiller too weedy for the task.In terms of aquarium chillers you need over 1000w of cooling potential to be within a safe range.

The power bill goes up drastically when using these though.

My 5800 BTU chiller keeps the the cpu and 470s silent,plus of course it has the added benefit if massively increasing overclocking potential.It is mounted outside so noise isnt an issue.

You must spend alot of time on insulation though as condensation will happen if your not careful!
Thank you. Is it noisy when it is cooling your system? Compare a pump?

Plus, I don't think we need to consider the condensation because some of them have integrated temperature controlled system so you're able to set a fixed temp like 20 degrees.
Edited by water2010 - 3/5/11 at 5:19am
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I've been looking at the same thing my freind. Here is a link to what you might be looking for.

http://www.aquastealth.com/modified15hpchiller.aspx
Useful link. Thanks. Has it already completely modified for cooling PC and ready to use?
post #14 of 26
It's ready to hook up to your pump and res. The water temp is also adjustable so you can lets say have the water at 20c and not have to isulate the lines and blocks.
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It's ready to hook up to your pump and res. The water temp is also adjustable so you can lets say have the water at 20c and not have to isulate the lines and blocks.
thank you . do you know the noise lever of this product? compare to a or more D5 or DDC pumps
post #16 of 26
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The downside with some of these is that they are not designed to handle to Wattage/Heat output that your system is going to deliver in short amounts of time... many of them use half or sense duty cycles and that is going to wear it out really quick.

Phase change, such as using a pressurizing a gas to a liquid, and expanding that liquid back to a gas, is much more involved than a-typical heat exchanging... and is akin to building a race car, when your only experience is at the Go-Kart track...
therefore i don't understand why those water cooling manufactures don't design a chiller designed for water cooling.. i believe there is a huge market!! Koolance, EK, etc.. come on
post #17 of 26
that thing's power consumption is large and of course not quiet
post #18 of 26
and:

- the cost of a chiller is much higher than a simple radiator

- there is actually limited benefit unless you want massive overclocks

- the risks are much higher to your system (condensation etc)

- the risks to the user are much higher (coolant leaks can be VERY dangerous - you could lose a limb or be blinded)

- the noise levels are much higher - a compressor is much noisier than a pump (and you still need the pump to circulate the water)

- the system requires much more maintenance than a simple water loop

need I go on? I work with chillers on a daily basis, and they aren't something to take on lightly...
post #19 of 26
Is OP wanting a watercooling chiller, or actual phase change?
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- the risks to the user are much higher (coolant leaks can be VERY dangerous - you could lose a limb or be blinded)

- the noise levels are much higher - a compressor is much noisier than a pump (and you still need the pump to circulate the water)
dude.... i tell you what... if you do not know water cooling or refrigeration stay out and keep your words to yourself.



only on big systems do you need the extra pump to help with circulation.....
the compressor will do it just fine on a refrigeration circute

as in coolant leaking.... how is that going to kill you... you can drink it with horible stumack pains and loads of bowl movements but it will not kill you.



To the OP... dude.... it is going to be very costly.... i hope you do it to learn about refrigeration and how it works... it is a nice project to do phase change or chillers or what ever it is going to be....

advice or take note... what ever you do in that aspect be prepaird for the huge power bill and noise level... but expect lovely returns in temps and OCing
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