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post #81 of 87 (permalink) Old 02-09-2019, 05:56 PM
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Hmm.. good point. Yea, I was hoping LD would create a new phase-change cooler for this CPU but I'm not sure they're even creating new stuff now. Yes, their cases are amazing. Was really close to getting one before going with a Mountain Mods case for my 4x 580 Classified setup back in the day.





Never heard of them - is it this one:

Where do you get the bracket/piping (aka setup) for the 3175-X CPU?

Since my rig is in another room, I don't care if it's somewhat loud and takes up space - if it can work easily and work well, I would like to get it. Although it seems like NewEgg doesn't have it.
A Hailea fishtank chiller (HC-1000A or HC-2200BH, for the 1HP and 2HP motors respectively) is probably a lot cheaper than that Alphacool and will actually work even better Minimum water temp is 4c but can be modified to go lower. You would also need a pump. Standard PC watercooling pumps work well unless you are looking to go subzero with glycol.

A modified window AC unit with a tank built around the evaporator can do the job for $130, but is pretty ugly looking lol.

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A Hailea fishtank chiller (HC-1000A or HC-2200BH, for the 1HP and 2HP motors respectively) is probably a lot cheaper than that Alphacool and will actually work even better Minimum water temp is 4c but can be modified to go lower. You would also need a pump. Standard PC watercooling pumps work well unless you are looking to go subzero with glycol.

A modified window AC unit with a tank built around the evaporator can do the job for $130, but is pretty ugly looking lol.

The Alphacool does have a powerful pump (30w) built right in, with a lift rating of 10m (32feet+)...in any case, it all depends how much Baasha wants to spend and wants to cool the oc'ed w3175x and perhaps other equipment (he likes his Hi-Po GPUs !). In any case, apart from Alphacool's 1500w monster and Hailea's offerings, there's also Koolance which makes a 800w model.

I don't even know if the Alphacool would run on 110v, but for top of the line and 'completeness' (i.e. pumps etc), it's hard to beat..spec sheet is here
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Mhh, I can buy https://www.amazon.com/CW-5200AH-Ind.../dp/B01GWZWGX0 in China for around ~300 USD, you all made me horny and wanting, so I might just do it lol.

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...ucket=3#detail

It seems like a better unit then the eiszeit, it also seems like the oem of the eiszeit ^^

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Mhh, I can buy https://www.amazon.com/CW-5200AH-Ind.../dp/B01GWZWGX0 in China for around ~300 USD, you all made me horny and wanting, so I might just do it lol.

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...ucket=3#detail

It seems like a better unit then the eiszeit, it also seems like the oem of the eiszeit ^^

...the price for the first one seems to have tripled to US$1010 - may be your OCN link raised demand and prices

...didn't see a mention re. built-in pumps - as to OEM of the Eiszeit, it's not (yet?) on this special plagarius 'HOF' list
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Those chillers seem to need a lot of setup - tubing etc.

I just want a plug & play type of thing so I might end up sticking to the EKWB AIO.

LD Cooling's solution is plug & play but they don't make one for this CPU.
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Yeah, I meant price in rmb converted to usd, there is a stronger pump inside with 12M head, and 13L/min. Since they have loads of models, I wouldn't be surprised at all they are the OEM of a lot of chillers lol.

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