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BrainEater August 7, 2013 02:57 PM

'TEC' sale of the year !!
 
I have the following for sale :

I have 30 of these : price 25$ each.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...77-coolit7.jpg

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Those are coolit model n1-1007 gpu tec blocks for NVidia 8800's.Brand new, in box , but untested.

pure watercooling guava....

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I also have 2 of these :

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...78-coolit8.jpg

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Coolit systems elite model fz-1010

Brand new , in box , 200$ , with everything...all brackets etc...CD , instructions..... everything.
I also have one unit with nothing.....Just the tec cooler assembly../block , that's 120$

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Shipping is extra , sorry , but I can occasionally get deals so...



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BrainEater August 8, 2013 05:30 PM

Ok !

Pending sale on 1 of the elites.

7 gpu blocks sold. ( 27 left.)

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This might help the sale :

Here's 3 of em with the aluminum heatsinks off ,;

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...79-cooilt9.jpg

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Ahahah......I need 2 more.

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KaptCrunch August 8, 2013 08:51 PM

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Originally Posted by BrainEater (Post 723619)
Ok !

Pending sale on 1 of the elites.

7 gpu blocks sold. ( 27 left.)

:thumb:

This might help the sale :

Here's 3 of em with the aluminum heatsinks off ,;

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...79-cooilt9.jpg

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Ahahah......I need 2 more.

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nice beer chiller

what volt for pelt's 12 or 5v

enaberif August 8, 2013 09:25 PM

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Originally Posted by KaptCrunch (Post 723643)
nice beer chiller

what volt for pelt's 12 or 5v

They are variable voltage and depending on what you give them can change how cold they work.

Daygard August 9, 2013 03:01 PM

Hmm wonder if I could stick one of those onto my radiator to help watercool, if it wouldn't fit on any other GPU's directly.

Also I haven't dealt with a tec since my old Swiftech Slot 1 Peltier for my celeron 300A back in the day, but don't they have to be sealed to avoid too much moisture & ice forming

enaberif August 9, 2013 03:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Daygard (Post 723727)
Hmm wonder if I could stick one of those onto my radiator to help watercool, if it wouldn't fit on any other GPU's directly.

Also I haven't dealt with a tec since my old Swiftech Slot 1 Peltier for my celeron 300A back in the day, but don't they have to be sealed to avoid too much moisture & ice forming

TECs need to be placed with a heatsink and if its too cold the surrounding area needs to be insulated.

BrainEater August 9, 2013 05:09 PM

All peltiers are variable DC within their spec.

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The GPU units are really hard to find specs on....The one spec I saw said 36 watts !! ((not even close to capable of being attached directly to a modern high-end video card)) .I'm really not sure what pelts are in em.....I do know you can get MUCH larger pelts of that size for cheep.

This really is modders stuff , I'm just trying to sell enough of em to get my own.....

I'll be taking a couple days off this week to play around with a couple myself.

Thanks for the PM's everyone !

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BrainEater August 10, 2013 03:11 PM

Ok , I might be overcharging on the gpu units , so 20$ each !

The 2 Elites left are now 175$ too.

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KaptCrunch August 10, 2013 08:01 PM

it has limits
 
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Originally Posted by enaberif (Post 723651)
They are variable voltage and depending on what you give them can change how cold they work.


yes what is the maxium voltage, so not to cook them ........burn out


now if were 5v and used 12v....... how long it will last ?

BrainEater August 12, 2013 07:48 AM

You know there are literally hundreds of different rated TEC's in the 40mm2 formfactor right ?

These appear to be 12v units , as all cool-it stuff seems to run off the 12v rail.Given the typical efficiency curve of TEC's , you don't want to run them on the high side anyways , so we'll just call em 12v.I can certainly test this out.

I *might* be able to get actual specs , but I can't promise anything.

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