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Unless I'm missing something the chiller will still have to dump its heat somewhere, which will be your room, unless you are moving it somewhere else?
I like the idea of a big water system, but I'm not sure you're goin to be able to escape from heat without dumping it somewhere else.
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Unless I'm missing something the chiller will still have to dump its heat somewhere, which will be your room, unless you are moving it somewhere else?
I like the idea of a big water system, but I'm not sure you're goin to be able to escape from heat without dumping it somewhere else.
There will always be heat dump, but with this system I can set the chiller to exhaust right out the window (or close to it). I can also choose to set it up in another room and plumb it in to the reservoir (housed in same room as pcs).
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Wikipedia: 1000 BTU/h is approximately 293.071 W
It will be enough if your number is right.
post #14 of 17
No matter how much water you have, eventually it will reach equilibrium. The amount of water will only change the rate at which equilibrium is reached. You need a rad to dissipate the heat mate
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Ahhh I forgot to write it in my original post (but I have it written in the attached picture). I'm using an aquarium chiller (1/2hp).
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No matter how much water you have, eventually it will reach equilibrium. The amount of water will only change the rate at which equilibrium is reached. You need a rad to dissipate the heat mate
Seriously, read the thread.
post #16 of 17
Could also use a 50gallon blue water barrel. You can usually find them on craigslist
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post #17 of 17
You should look into bong cooling or some of the other evap setups, I think most people found it dissipated the heat more evenly in rooms but I don't have personal experience.
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