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Best looking Rasberry Pi H20 solution yet!

If you could somehow turn the base into a Peltier cooler it would be interesting to see how cold you could get the liquid; or, figure out a Phase Change solution for the fluid.

Of course, you'd need some good anti-freeze liquid to pull that off!! biggrin.gif

Edit: Ordered my Pi this morning from AdaFruit...it should be here Wednesday!!! biggrin.gif

Could you just drop a few in an oil bath... Small fish tank, the server case on a side.

 

 

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Could you just drop a few in an oil bath... Small fish tank, the server case on a side.

Been done already...let me see if I can find the link again.

 

Raspberry Pi in a vase: http://thomasloughlin.com/raspberry-pi-in-mineral-oil/

 

With the tiny TDP of the Pi, I don't see any reason why a small fish tank couldn't cool a whole farm of Pi's



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