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post #271 of 320 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 09:09 AM
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Nice scores as always!!
I may invest in a bench system with a chiller again one day and give you a good run!
Thanks for the compliment. That would be great. Would be awesome to see more folks jumping on the chiller bandwagon. I really love mine. High temps are the root of all evil in PC world, LOL.

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Thanks for the compliment. That would be great. Would be awesome to see more folks jumping on the chiller bandwagon. I really love mine. High temps are the root of all evil in PC world, LOL.
Its a different type of challenge. Last one I ran was made from a 22000BTU widow AC. Fine balancing act keeping things as cold as you like without having to worry about condensation. Once my old age really sets in.....aka youngest out of college....and I can give up the daily grind Ill need something to keep me from going bat sh_t. Last weird cooling system I did involved geo thermal. Old radiant floor heating coils buried under the concrete in my basement, dirt is always right about 62F no fans anywhere. pump was 1/4 horse in the basement with low voltage lines running down to pull in the pump relay with a 12V coil. Completely silent and actually far more efficient than using ambient air over radiators. I never managed to saturate that loop. Resevoir was a 5 gal bucket in the basement.

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Its a different type of challenge. Last one I ran was made from a 22000BTU widow AC. Fine balancing act keeping things as cold as you like without having to worry about condensation. Once my old age really sets in.....aka youngest out of college....and I can give up the daily grind Ill need something to keep me from going bat sh_t. Last weird cooling system I did involved geo thermal. Old radiant floor heating coils buried under the concrete in my basement, dirt is always right about 62F no fans anywhere. pump was 1/4 horse in the basement with low voltage lines running down to pull in the pump relay with a 12V coil. Completely silent and actually far more efficient than using ambient air over radiators. I never managed to saturate that loop. Resevoir was a 5 gal bucket in the basement.
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Yeah I'll probably end up with a a/c server cooler nice and easy and I can use it for other projects like if the a/c goes out and outdoor outings....
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Hi,
Yeah I'll probably end up with a a/c server cooler nice and easy and I can use it for other projects like if the a/c goes out and outdoor outings....
Water chillers are only good for one thing.
My AC chiller was an AC gutted with the evaporator submerged in a glycol solution so very much still only one use. Lots of folks took the poor mans chiller route before me. Not overly difficult to do and you can get a much better capacity with it. 22000 BTU is good for about 6000 watts.

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My AC chiller was an AC gutted with the evaporator submerged in a glycol solution so very much still only one use. Lots of folks took the poor mans chiller route before me. Not overly difficult to do and you can get a much better capacity with it. 22000 BTU is good for about 6000 watts.
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I'd be happy with 15c air on demand year round

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