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|15th February 2004, 13:50||#1|
So, I've started to test a TEC chiller
172W TEC + 2 DIY waterblocks
testing the TEC with 2 235W PSU's in parallel
everything put together
testing the chiller. one of my blocks appeared to have a leak, some soldering tin on the sides peeled off causing it to leak.
grmbl. it got all ****ed up, I'll continue the test setup of the chiller next week, in my holidays. I'm putting this stuff together for somebody else. I'll finish the GPU and northbridge block lateron.
I'll also get some more hoses and isolation too.
the renegade, also on the pics, is broken (caused by a hysterical dad). I'll try to get it fixed (and a radiator placed in it, so the temp is subzero) and put it on a wooden plate together with the pump. that'll be my chiller then, I'll use it for overclocking projects!
|16th February 2004, 07:21||#10|
Join Date: May 2002
I don't know where I put it, last time I saw it was in my Golf.. 2 years ago, at another company
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