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AC Water Chiller project

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my pump is not submersible. It's the one that Drewmeister recommends in the guide that you probably followed to make this chiller.

I don't see it anywhere, but I'm probably not the only person to wonder this... What water block are you using?
 
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sizerkozak

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my pump is not submersible. It's the one that Drewmeister recommends in the guide that you probably followed to make this chiller.

I don't see it anywhere, but I'm probably not the only person to wonder this... What water block are you using?


Guide? what guide?

I used a danger den block
 
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Hey it's an older thread at this point, but a couple words of caution:

I used a Danger Den TDX Universal. Basically it has a lucite top covered by a metal mounting plate. After about a month of using my chiller it started to develop little micro cracks in it. It never leaked, but I pulled it once I noticed. I've pulled it from the chiller and switched to a Swiftech APOGEE for now. I'll let you know if I have better results once I get that set up.

Don't use Arctic Silver 5 for sub cooling. It becomes far less effective once you reach about 0C I think was what I heard. Ceramique is the TIM of choice for most low temperature projects that I've heard of.
 

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yupper its at XS as well !!

And you know its actually pretty quiet under the desk ....since its mounted in an isulated box...only a bit of fan noise comes thru

Sweet! You should start to manufacture those things! :rofl:

How far have you been able to Oc you QX6700 with that chiller ?
 

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