Anything goes so long as its computer related!
liquid to liquid heat exchanger, I used it for sub zero benching over the winter while running methanol as coolant, to get below -15*F without the risk of slushing / freezing in the loop.What is the Vevor?
That's awesome!liquid to liquid heat exchanger, I used it for sub zero benching over the winter while running methanol as coolant, to get below -15*F without the risk of slushing / freezing in the loop.
In the winter I add this five gallon bucket of methanol, place the liquid to liquid heat exchanger in the bucket and let it cool all night in the sub zero temps. This way, when I start benching I'm in the best possible configuration to achieve maximum clock speeds...
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This is what it looks like when running inside. Sometimes I will just cool the bucket and then bring it back inside to avoid moving the entire machine outside. This allows for about 45 minutes of solid benching inside before temps start rising. If it's outside, I have unlimited time so long as the ambient temps remain below 10*F
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For maximum performance I actually add one of my 360mm radiators to the bucket as well:
(sorry about picture quality)
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Here is what the PC looks like with just the custom loop running (I can bench at 5.4GHz room ambient and 5.7GHz with the sub zero thing going on)
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^katz's outta the bag now...
Ha! That is an open air mining chassis that I orginally bought to house multiple GPUs for folding at home. I re-purposed it to my NAS. I do have quite a few empty cases lying around that I could have used, but I just like the look of it.Jeez! Looks like you are building the worlds biggest/heaviest computer?
What's the point? For weightlifting? Boat anchor? 😅