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  1. #76
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    19 degrees are awesome.

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    omg -19 degrees!! gimme!

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    finished
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    Quote Originally Posted by X-Ecutioner
    my 9500np ddmaze 4 gpu block 80w pelt
    vgpu and vmem mod and a lil connector to measure vgpu and vmem


    wow! beautiful! not the vga, the "osiris" sticker on the keyboard...
    it's not really.... very nice job with the vga

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    Here's my 6800nu (softmod) with a MCW-50 t + a 6800 mounting kit modded slightly to allow the tec block to be fitted. Around 34c full load allows me to oc the core to 450mhz.
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    ohhhh pretty nice and clean tec setup and good oc.
    Cooling is life the rest just details.

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    Looks really nice and effective Datanusse! As well as many other peltier projects that has been posted here.

    Maybe its way too early for me to post pictures but here are two from my peltier project i intend to build in this summer:

    http://koti.mbnet.fi/ilkkahy/peltier...roject%201.jpg
    http://koti.mbnet.fi/ilkkahy/peltier...k%20600cm2.jpg

    Im going to test that setup as normal cpu cooling and as a waterchiller. Peltiers are 172w Drift-08 and they (only two) are going to be used with 17v wich is pretty optimal voltage for them.

    Diode bridge and peltiers in waterchiller use are going to be cooled with that rather big 8kg aluminium heatsink with 2x120mm fans on it.

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    Dominator Pro 437

    System Configuration:
    Lian Li PC75B Case, Aluminum Wheel Set
    (2) Rear Fan, Panaflo 80MM, 40CFM – Intake
    Rear Fan, Panaflo 120MM, 115CFM – Intake
    Floor Fan, Panaflo 120MM, 115CFM – Intake
    (2) Front Fan, Panaflo 80MM, 40CFM – Intake
    AMD Athlon 64 3200 Venice, LBBLE 0516 GPDW, 290 x 10Mhz
    DFI nF4 Ultra-D Motherboard
    (2) Crucial Ballistix PC3200 256MB, 2-2-2-6, 1T, 2.7V
    (2) Hitachi SATA II 80G (RAID 0)
    Hitachi SATA II 80G (Backup)
    Abit RX300SE Video Card
    Lite-On 1673 DVDRW
    LS 120 Floppy Disk Drive
    Antec Neopower 480W Power Supply
    Dominator Pro TEC CPU Block - Qmax = 437.3W, dTmax = 74.5C, Th = 50C
    Mean Well S-600-24 Power Supply – 5 1/4-in. Bay-Mount
    Lian Li Expansion Drive Bay Grill – Mean Well Exhaust Vent
    Swiftech Pump Relay, Version II – Mean Well AC Power Control
    (2) Airplex Evo 240 Fan Grill
    (2) Black Ice Extreme II Radiator – Internally Top-Mounted
    (4) Sanyo Denki 120MM,102 CFM Fan – Exhaust
    Mean Well SD-50A-12 DC-DC Converter
    (2) AquaXtreme 50Z-DC12 Pump @ 14.0V
    Dual 3 ½-in. Bay Reservoir
    Masterkleer General Purpose Clear PVC Tubing 7/16-in. ID, 3/16-in Wall
    Crystalfontz Model 634 4-Line LCD
    Digital LED Volt & Amp Meter w/Shunt on TEC Power Supply Output
    Coolant Temperature Metal Probe/LCD – (+/- 1C Accuracy)
    * Cold Plate Temperature Metal Probe/LCD – (+/- 1C Accuracy)
    * Probe embedded in cold plate. Probe tip located over CPU center area.

    Conditions:
    - All case panels installed.
    - All (10) fans running at 12V.
    - Load Time = 60 Min.
    - CPU loaded using Prime 95 with large FFT setting, maximum heat.
    - All readings taken at end of noted time period.
    - TEC PS Output = 19.9V @ 24.6A
    - CPU Core Voltage (V) = 1.54 – as reported by CPU-Z via BIOS
    - CPU Core Power (W) = 120 - estimated
    - Pump Heat Dump (W) = 23 - estimated
    - Room Temp (C) = 20.3

    Results:
    - Coolant Temp (C) = 30.4
    - Cold Plate Temp (C) = -14.6
    - CPU Temp (C) = 5 - as reported by Motherboard Monitor via BIOS
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    2 Seperate loops for the dominator eh... Loooks good man.


    If you have a cooling question or concern feel free to contact me.

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    Heres my pc so far.

    172w Tec on the x850xtpe cooled by a thermochill 120.1, c systems cs750 and maze 4 block.

    No closer up pics though

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    x850 temps?

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    Nice set-up is that with a single PSU? and if so what size?

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    Its the Enermax 600w noisetaker one rails all seem good to.

    X850 temps are unknown the lian li temp lcd cannot read below 0C and atitool reports 60C. Load temps are 3C though.

    (Its only running at 12v so ~100W not the full 172

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    Past few days I've been playing with some random parts I had laying around, I built myself a nice little PSU and found a big heatsink, this will all eventually go on my 9700pro AIW, but I don't have the insulation required to do so ATM, so i"ll update when it's done, anyway, here's what I've got so far:



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    Quote Originally Posted by marvt74


    Heres my pc so far.

    172w Tec on the x850xtpe cooled by a thermochill 120.1, c systems cs750 and maze 4 block.

    No closer up pics though
    I have the same card and would like to do the same, where did you buy your tec and Maze block..Thanks

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    Ah, what the hell. It's getto, but I'll post it anyway.





    Yes it worked. Got me 25 more mhz on the fsb. Temps were around 5C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labrat23
    Ah, what the hell. It's getto, but I'll post it anyway.





    Yes it worked. Got me 25 more mhz on the fsb. Temps were around 5C.
    that's true engineering
    "Monolith" - [ Xeon W3540 (4.22) - Rampage 2 Extreme - 12 GB Ripjaws 1600 - GTX 570 - 120 GB OCZ Vertex - Antec TruePower 750W - Corsair 700D - Apogee XT CPU Block - XSPC 360 Rad ]
    Old Box - [ E4600 2.4 @ 3.7ghz (11x335) - P5W-DH - 4gb Gskill @ 893mhz - Radeon 3850 ]

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    Here's mine, a 170w, the water cools the peltier directly. I haven't tried it in my computer, but i will soon.







    (clicky pics)


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    See you may get better results thru a plate on the hot side. Pelts work best when clamped, I dont think your providing any clamping force.


    If you have a cooling question or concern feel free to contact me.

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    Just for fun : Voltmoded 7800GTX + 80W TEC
    TEC powered from 12V rail of OCZ PowerStream 600W .
    Cooled by Maze 4 GPU
    Max. load temps under 3DMark05 - +33 C , not bad for such a weak TEC


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    I've been testing my homemeade block a bit now, i have canged that copper plate on the top to plexi and i have, of course, added a coldplate.
    Here's a few pics:








    Temps on a Sempron 2600+ @ stock:

    Load: 6 degrees c, water temp was 24,3 degrees c.
    Idle: -7 degrees c, water temp was 20,5 degrees c.

    I am really statisfied with these results... Finally

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    Quote Originally Posted by aasmaukr


    Gotta love the zip-ties holding that block to your mobo !


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    Quote Originally Posted by aasmaukr
    Isn't that risky how you've hooked up your pelt? Lots of amps are flowing through those wires

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    Yes but the peltier is sealed at any spot the wires come in. THough it does look like theres some blue slush coming out of the block...


    If you have a cooling question or concern feel free to contact me.

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    Nice stuff. labrat23 that is beautiful.
    I have a new girlfriend, her name is Rossetta.

    FC BARCELONA CHAMPION OF THE WORLD!!!

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