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Cooling My first selfmade Waterblock(56k Warning!)

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Gioz, 21 May 2005.

  1. Gioz

    Gioz What's a Dremel?

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    my block will be tested with a TEC in teh future,i had one of 170W but i sold it before building up this wb and i couldn't try it with that peltier.
     
  2. theshadow27

    theshadow27 What's a Dremel?

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    ive been thinking about 2 stage peilters: (excuse the ASCII art)

    ...[].......[]
    |=^===^=|
    |waterblock|
    |========|
    { + 200W - }
    |========|
    |= Copper =|
    |========|
    { + 175W - }
    |========|
    |= Copper =|
    |========|
    ****CPU****

    i think this could get the core down to 10 or 15c, as the water would get SUPER hot
     
  3. Gioz

    Gioz What's a Dremel?

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    an italian overclocker make a 2 tecs block.it was incredible,but it need 2 or 3 psu to use it...i'm searching the thread and link it for you
    with his experience you can decide what to do.
    200+175+cpu Watt=375+cpu watt=420-480 W(it depend by cpu),it's so difficult to manage
    http://forum.pctuner.net/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=42667
     
  4. Haddy

    Haddy World Domination

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    we actually have a forum dedicated to this on bit-tech....Ill move this thread over there...
     
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