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    Chiller from STOCK window aircon unit.
    NOT modified unit

    Just put evaporator into insulated box and that's all




    Last edited by TiN_; 12-24-2009 at 04:15 PM.
    Taking GND reference from another galaxy

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    Here is my chiller just got it working currently testing final water temp and awaiting pump/waterblock

    This started off as a 15,000 btu window unit from the early 90s. The liquid is purple windshield washer fluid rated for -37c. I still have some fine tuning to do but its a start.

    Overall view kinda a ghetto rig (the speaker box in the pic is there to block the wind form the condenser the fan had to blow backwards to get it all there).

    the first frost

    the top of my evap the cooler was a little too small

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    Wow, that is sexy! Any build log or results anywhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tool_462 View Post
    Wow, that is sexy! Any build log or results anywhere?
    +1

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    That has to be the best looking chiller I've ever seen......... How much????
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    very very nice man, i like that!
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    @ulticool, man thats sexy!

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    looks like a powerplant
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    Quote Originally Posted by CESAJANS View Post
    http://img146.imageshack.us/img146/2299/genel16.jpg
    Nice compact build Any more details/pics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CESAJANS View Post
    wow. impressive build
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    Quote Originally Posted by wez View Post
    Nice compact build Any more details/pics?
    Here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=251015

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    That is great work!
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    Hey

    Not The Best Looking , But It works , , RealTemp Says -10 Idle , 5ghz i3 560 , takes about 45 mins for chiller to drop water/pg to - 10C 50:50 ratio , after that I get frost build up all along suction line and temp doesn't go any lower by much , MB runs Kinda warm though not sure if thats bad .
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    My waterchiller made by stelios
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    What amount of time you have to change towels (isolation)?

    Great cooling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaotic View Post
    My waterchiller made by stelios
    wanted to make one my self for my 975ee , guys if i dont want the water to freeze and say i want it to be like 15c --then will condensation still happen ...or later at a stage i want it to go below 0 ..in summers .

    where will condensation occur - on the cpu block or what .

    and how do i make this in conju nction to work with my exsisting water cooling set up

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhd86 View Post
    wanted to make one my self for my 975ee , guys if i dont want the water to freeze and say i want it to be like 15c --then will condensation still happen ...or later at a stage i want it to go below 0 ..in summers .

    where will condensation occur - on the cpu block or what .

    and how do i make this in conju nction to work with my exsisting water cooling set up
    Condensation happens whenever something is colder than the dewpoint of the surrounding air. The dewpoint rises or falls depending on how high the humidity is...the more humid it is, the higher the dewpoint, and the higher a temperature you need to maintain to avoid condensation.

    Places were condensation can occur include the CPU, the waterblocks, any hoses, fittings, coldplates, etc., etc. If there's water tight insulation on something cold, then the moisture in the air can't get to it, so condensation doesn't form. Insulation works because the side of the insulation next to the cold item isn't exposed to air, and the side of the insulation that is exposed to air (and humidity) is several degrees warmer (hopefully, above the dew point temperature, whatever that happens to be).

    Air conditioned air is usually very dry, so the dewpoint will usually be much lower inside an air conditioned building than it is outside in the heat and humidity. But you'll notice that condesation will form on a glass or bottle of a very cold beverage even in an air conditioned room, so there are limits to everything.

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