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this looks stooped/ugly but has lowered my cpu temps by 20c under load in prime95-inplace large fft`s max temp was 60-70c now 40c

pictures need rotating 90 degrees

hose connecting to pc with 12cm fan sucking cool air into case

hose sucking are through open window


this is no april fools hate this day this is my ridicules mod that helps cool my pc by well allot would like to see some comments good or bad

this keeps my athlon II x4 640 running @ 3.705 &1.55v
at full load 40-45c was hitting 60-70c

also posted this in case mods because well it is a case mod
Edited by craigs911 - 4/1/11 at 2:49pm
post #2 of 35
LMAO
I thought about a fridge to cool down my rig but this is awesome.
Sad winter is over thought xD
What is the temp outside of your house ?
post #3 of 35
Until a bird flies into the hose.
post #4 of 35
Good effort!
foil flex tubing would lower the temps a little more
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post #5 of 35
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe View Post
LMAO
I thought about a fridge to cool down my rig but this is awesome.
Sad winter is over thought xD
What is the temp outside of your house ?
even in summer in uk its cold right now at night its 10c temps in summer and winter sorta vairy between 1-80c all year round
post #6 of 35
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Good effort!
foil flex tubing would lower the temps a little more
true i used the tube that wasn't used for the dryer
post #7 of 35
LOL! I did something just like that with my window, nice job man!
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Originally Posted by InerTia* View Post
LOL! I did something just like that with my window, nice job man!
keeps the system nice and cool
all i have to do now is put my GPU back in when it gets sent back from repair
post #9 of 35
You're doing something wrong then. My old Athlon x4 630 at 1.55v and 3.7GHz was loading at 43*C without anything extra being done. Might want to check your mount, and maybe get some real fans.
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post #10 of 35
You made me think of a system I could manage to create for cheap.

An air conditionner, venting the fresh cold air in two tubes like you used.
1 would go at the front of the case for hard drives
1 would go straight on the side.
For the exhaust system you just tube the exhaust fan to the air sucking entrance of the air conditionner.

The only air coming in the pc would be cold, and the hot air would be chilled down and so on.

only thing is a matter of humidity and condensation, it would require a cheap air conditionner that wouldn't create uber cold air, simply chilled air (let's say 10-15c constant).
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