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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-27-2016, 03:52 PM
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Oh my. I was looking at some of those images. Saw one that was passively radiated and where does it link back to? OCN of course.

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You don't go out much, do you? No water kits...ha!

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When I first read your post I thought you were saying there were water kits for the Pi. I was like no f way smile.gif

Reading comprehension I lack sometimes. I still think WC on these is a bit extreme.

AquaTuning will roll one with all the required parts for you if you ask, that's how NovaSpirit Tech got his. I'm seriously contemplating the idea of watercooling the ODroid C2's I'm planning on picking up, but then again they'll be going into a case with a watercooled 2P setup, so maybe it isn't as insane of an idea.
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You don't go out much, do you? No water kits...ha!

First link is NovaSpirit Tech's video. Not bad, but he overhams things sometimes.

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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

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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.

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

There was an article on Tom's Hardware about 10 years ago with an oil filled computer.

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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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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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With such a setup though... How would you keep the mineral oil cool, or is that of much concern with Raspberry Pi's?

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