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|2nd February 2003, 22:02||#1|
would this [M]ad project work?
My mam wants to buy a new refrigirator.
So i was thinking about using the old one to cool down my cpu.
So it like a vapo or promethia .
The hot cpu would expand the freon(or other gas) and then the compressor would compress that fas again
here you see what i mean.
whil thus be able to make?
and is the circuit good?
sry about my bad englishuke:
|2nd February 2003, 22:13||#3|
if you do it like that ,you dont get anything out of it...
i mean ... then its just a frige who cools and its but ugly.
i mean why 10°C when i could get under ambient?
|3rd February 2003, 09:18||#5|
so you have 2 have an evaporator.
i don't know where you can find one.don't think nor chip-con nor vapo will supply you one.
i think your best shot is to make from your fridge a chiller
|3rd February 2003, 18:32||#9|
i am not sure.
the compressor of a frigo differs of one from a vapo-prom
i think the temps would be around ambient
off course i wont use water.
maybe freon or other not freezing gas-liquad
|3rd February 2003, 19:24||#10|
Join Date: May 2002
i'm building somethink like that with the peeps@ colorcase
we're thinking about to copy the micro-freezer now. no real clue how to do that
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