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Old 23rd January 2004, 11:56   #11
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55 mhz core better than aircooling for me...
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is there no in-one-solution with a 172 watt pelt yet?
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nope, but you can replace it easily with a 172W TEC :grr:
 
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maybe when nextgen arrives, now everything is running so smooth I won't even open my case
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nope, but you can replace it easily with a 172W TEC :grr:
DD maze4-1 gpu =>yes
swiffie MCW-50T =>doubt it, the peltier is fully integrated (on die): water>peltier>coldplate, don't think it worth wrecking a €70 wb for even trying to put a 172 peltier
 
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so it's ok to just plug it on an extra molex of my PSU?
 
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first: find out how much of your PSU you're drawing (mainboard, oc'ed CPU, HDD's, vidcard,...)

then check how much you can draw from the 12V line, I wouldn't recommend exceeding 75% load of the 12V line
 
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