extreme hardcore liquid submerged cooling...

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by MM10X, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. MM10X

    MM10X Ancient Guru

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    this is awesome. definitly doing this for my next PC. you can see the latest version at the bottom of the page.

    http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php

    they also sell kits for the case itself, and the radiator. i might just get one :)


    notably: they ran the original system for a year 100% stable, no erosion, and no fans failed. quite amazing.
     
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    bLinkZor Maha Guru

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    Yeah thats cool, but it's old.
     
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    Joshua Ancient Guru

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    MM10X Ancient Guru

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    did you see the latest version on the bottom? or do you mean old technology?

    yeah i've seen that. thats why i searched this.



    i think im going to try to do this with my old pentium 4 desktop, but im not sure. could be interesting!
     

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    Wait, under natural mineral oil, even when submerged in it, the oil does nothing except cool it down? It can't damage the hardware?
     
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    How is this hardcore?
     
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    toXin Member Guru

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    I posted this on another Forum, Researched into it.
    The only down part is that you need some sort of pump or else the mineral water starts to heat up and instead of cooling your PC it actually gets hotter.

    And also that it smells really bad.
     
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    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Submerging your whole PC in a liquid isn't hardcore? Alright, how about we pour some gas on it, and light it on fire. =]
     
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    they have ran their original system for a year, and nothing has happened. they just replaced it to upgrade it with newer hardware. you can see at the bottom the latest version. but no erosion, they use a certain type of tasteless, orderless mineral oil. it does get some dust in it,(say, after a year.) so it would be a good idea to have a filter hooked up to the system.

    their latest build has a GTX 280, DDR3 1600Mhz, and a core 2 duad at 4.6Ghz. 50c load. thats damned good for $700 cooling.

    http://www.steoil.com/catalog.asp?productgroup=70t

    they have links to everything they use in it.
     
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    That can easily be achieved on high end air cooling for much less than $700.
     

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