9 Radiators and 6 pumps TEMPS!!?? or 0 degrees celcius?

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  1. Bodar

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    Unless you use something to chill the coolant, there is no possible way to get the temps below ambient temperature.
     
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    Thanks a bunch!! So will the coolant freeze at 0?
     
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    also you'll need to worry about condensation..

    if u want cooling of 0C(impossible like said on just water)..ur better off going phase change or chilled water..
     

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    Depends, I guess you could put anti freeze in it, but its still a bit risky. You would still need like... a refrigerator or something to get it that cold. And, HOLY CRAP! 1,339.95! RICH much!?
     
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    jesus christ bodar, are you TRYING to attempt to put two 1500 watt power supplies?
     
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    Just put the coolant in the freezer.. It's at 5 celcius right now.. All good :)
    Really just want to see what kind of performance it has.. 0 degrees celcius is the freezing point of water so I'm kinda worried about using that external water chiller because it's rated to go as low as 0.. I know just skipping all the bs and going for the LN2 or dice would be easier but I'm trying to find a 24/7 solution that may work for daily use.. :)
     
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    I was looking into the new phase change units for the cpu.. I think that could be great!! Thanks and appreciate.. What I was tryin to figure out with the water setup was for the 5 285's I'm gonna run for benches and folding.. At extra high clock speeds.. I want the cards to basically never reach 25c at clock speeds in the 900 range :)
     
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    Yes Vapochill!!!!!!
     
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    Lol this dude is like in the Top #10 Millionaire people. :)
     
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    Vapochill here I come..For the cpu. I just did an experiment with my coolant.. 0 degrees celcius is a no go for the gfx cards.. hmmmm.. What to do.. Maybe I can keep a constant 25/30 celcius If I just add a **** load of radiators.. Maybe 10 or so with 6 pumps??
     
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    I've done alright but not super duper rich.. You know what... I think I'm looney for hardware.. I think someone needs to take me away in a strait Jacket...
    like now!!
    :)
     

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    To the op, howmuchever you try to cool any component, you have to understand that it requires a certain temperature level to operate, if the temp level falls below the required level the component may not operate.
     
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    So if you keep the temperature constant, then hopefully it will operate right?
     
  18. masterchiefx2

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    why not try some passive rads


    http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=604212


    and have like 50 of them mouted under a desk by the time they have reached circled though the loop they be cold and use quick release so you can move pc when you want to.
     
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    how about coupling the thermaltake symphony.. :D but, you'll be needing some modification on that thing.. because, it comes with stock piping.. hehehe.. :D
     
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    actually why dont you get a super powerful pump install a ton of copper tubing around the house like central heating and use this to cool ur compnents.
     

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