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|18th July 2005, 08:42||#1|
Does anyone tried this ?
I was wondering.
Lets take a cupper tube from the local hardwareshop (about 10 meters)
Bend it like a spring, with a diameter of 12cm. The 'spring' will be about +-30cm high.
10 meters of cupper tube with a diameter of 10 mm. If I am not wrong this will be about 31,40 mē cooling surface! ( pi x diameter) x length. = 3,14 x 10mm x 1000mm = 31,4 mē
Will this spring be better than an ordinary 'cheap' black ice pro heatsink?
I have no idea how much cooling surface a normal heatsink has.
Has anyone tried this already? Or give some arguments why it will work or not.
Thanks in advance
|18th July 2005, 17:26||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2004
See this done years ago at the dawn of water-cooling. Of course it works, just looks like sh_t :grin:
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|18th July 2005, 20:59||#3|
Join Date: Jan 2004
I think it looks cool
and yes it works but i doubt it would cool wel, surface isn't the only factor that matters...
I couldn't find the page I was looking for (a guy that makes his own pelts, temp probes, etc. just nuts ) but I found this link and it's pretty much what you were planning I think : http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscrape...ngproject.html
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|18th July 2005, 21:24||#4|
With some plexi, I think this will be a nice project to build.
Still, I would like to know if this could be better than an ordinary radiator?
Since, I am planning to rebuild my watercooling, I was wondering if this could be a nice 'project'. Perhaps cooling without any fan.
Can you find something back about this way of cooling ?
|19th July 2005, 08:40||#6|
You are right, this guy has a lot tested and builded. A nice site because this guy gives you lots of information.
Still, I am looking for informatie if my project can succeed.
|20th July 2005, 12:25||#7|
Join Date: Nov 2004
It would cool, but very small it isn't going to be
Don't forget with normal radiators u have a lot of alluminium or copper fins between the pipes, and thats what makes them so effective.
But u could always try, it would be nice to see something like that in action