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    Talking Water_Chiller gallery

    Now that water chilling has its own area we should also have a gallery

    I'll start with mine


    clean looking huh

    I vaccumed it today so hopefully soon i will have it going
    also the compressor on this sys is a 9000 btu Window AC compressor that i got from ebay
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    hey I was gona make this thread
    Anyway yea mines a suckey loud over charged big ass window AC
    Gona fire it up again when my mag3 for my gaming rig comes monday (stole chillers eheim 1250 ) than I'll start my own... FINALLY!
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    And heres my old rig that killed my nf7s that I was gona kill anyway
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    Lookin schweet, i might braze mine up soon once ig et some fill gauges etc.

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    Here is mine:










    This was an old fridge,.... and now it´s a waterchiller



    Here is a text about it (in german)
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    could we get a peek inside your res?

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    I love how its in a case and so well insulated
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    yea I really need to insulate my beer cooler its a few degrees below ambient.

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    cold_ice what did you use to hold styrafoam together?

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    Hi fellas,

    Still working on it, but here's a teaser...



    Was just a testrun, no load other then missing lid (and top insulation).

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    Well this isnt my rig but i sure hope it was:

    http://www.voodoopc.at/

    It is waterchilled
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    Thats regular watercooling that they try to make sound special
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    @afireinside: thx mate
    I have the same PSU

    @iceman2g: Did you mean the wodden box for the water? You don´t need anything to hold it together

    My chiller is not so powerfull like some chillers here (water temp is -10° to -15°), but it´s enough at the time. And in the next few weeks I´ll biuld a direct die system...

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    What exactly is that block cold_ice?

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    Originally posted by kommando
    What exactly is that block cold_ice?
    It´s a selfmade one

    Some pics:




    With some silicone


    insulated


    On the mainboard

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    Dude nice, small tubing though.

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    Originally posted by quiksilver87
    Well this isnt my rig but i sure hope it was:

    http://www.voodoopc.at/

    It is waterchilled
    I wouldnt call that rig "waterchilled", AFAIK, its watercooled , but not with chilled water.
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    im not sure about that....Everyone here has told me that...but everyone at voodoopc has told me something else!!!(voodoo forums)!! I know it sounds obvious on who to believe but many people have that Rig and have actually seen that it is liquid chilled!!

    i have a question about that....They say that voodoo doesnt want to bring down the temps too low because of the risk of condensation!! Is there any way to avoid this??
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    Originally posted by quiksilver87
    im not sure about that....Everyone here has told me that...but everyone at voodoopc has told me something else!!!(voodoo forums)!! I know it sounds obvious on who to believe but many people have that Rig and have actually seen that it is liquid chilled!!

    i have a question about that....They say that voodoo doesnt want to bring down the temps too low because of the risk of condensation!! Is there any way to avoid this??
    You can tell in that link with pics that it is just plain jane'r water cooling. Liquid chilled just sounds better, so thats what their going to put

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    Ill try to find better pics....
    Btw heres something the president of voodoo said
    http://www.voodoopc.com/boards/messa...284&forum=1027


    And I really dont think that he is lying because millions of magazines have reviewed this rage F:1 ..and are probably sure that it is not watercooling....Say for example computergamingworld magazine rated it as the best gaming pc!
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    I heard in the WC section here its an 80 watt pelt or something :|

    Thats just sad. They would have to insulate to prevent condensation.
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    It seems it would be some TEC system...........keeps the coolant at or just above ambient.

    If chilled below ambient, insulation and condensation proofing would be needed.
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    Is DI chiler accepted? If yes i will post someics in like 1 week.

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    Is it possible to have a type of waterblock for using it with dry ice.

    like dis:
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    I dont think so, but my Di chiller will be in a freezer(w/o compressor) and i will put a kind of bug net like 5-10cm over the water and I will put some DI on that. And the DI is -80C, so the water will chill very fast.

    And after i will put some DI on my water block(just to bring a little cooler). My DI is free, so i can some anywhere.

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