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Old October 27, 2009, 12:11 PM
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Thx !

It'll be interesting.

My TRUE copper is here....I'll be picking it up tomorrow !



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Thanks for the offer !

I'm going to start with one of these fans :

Panaflo 120mm Case Fan, Ultra High Flow at Memory Express Computers

The step after that is to push-pull 2 of em.

No worries just figured your the Mad Scientist here so a 24V fan seemed right up your alley lol!

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Hey Brain.. shot me a PM if you need more Panaflos.. I got mine from memory express also.. Mine are 113cfm, I'll have to re-check..

You're in Calgary too, so we can meet up, can hand it to you.. at least I'll get to see you.. dream come true
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Old October 28, 2009, 05:13 PM
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Thx guys !

Looks like a win so far.

I've lapped the TRUE to 600 grit flat......and assembled the cooler.

Test temps :

(no insulation ,no load )



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That's a single 120 mm fan (115 CFM) ...it's dissapating the 226 watts from the pelt quite well.....(yes that's frost on the bottom block)...

It'll cool....

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Old October 28, 2009, 08:12 PM
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Ummm.. I think you forgot the temps dude....
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Test temps :

(no insulation , no load )
There are no temps yet , it's not hooked up to anything...

The thermometer is showing a block temp of -1C
Once I get some insulation on it , I'll remeasure the 'no load temp' of the block and the HSF temp.

Then we wait till I get it onto HaDeS' computer, for a loaded test.

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Oh, can't really make out the display in the pic.

Good job!
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Old October 30, 2009, 12:39 PM
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frosting on metal block about -7c

use some PG mixed [60%-40%PG] with distilled water and measure the water temp for best results
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Old October 30, 2009, 05:16 PM
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What is PG?
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Propylene Glycol. Similar to anti-freeze (which is ethylene glycol IIRC)
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Yep we are gonna use glycol for this... I just used the mixed stuff from canadain tire... anti freeze.
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