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Marcus Bridge

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  1. Marcus Bridge

    Water cooler maxout

    Yes, which is a benefit and harmless inside the chamber.
  2. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    Yes, not reinventing the wheel. Just a suggestion to test the viability of R123 as a coolant.
  3. Marcus Bridge

    Water cooler maxout

    You would have to make a passthrough. Its a low pressure concept so a poxy seal would suffice.
  4. Marcus Bridge

    Water cooler maxout

    Yes, it would need to be enclosed and purged. A rad would be unneeded as the water cooler would provide all the cooling. I envision a sealed passthrough for power, monitor, and network.
  5. Marcus Bridge

    Water cooler maxout

    But no water to condensate on the inside. So it's safe for the electronics. Therefore you can run your chilled water at tempatures well below the dew point using a compressor driven water cooler.
  6. Marcus Bridge

    Water cooler maxout

    Not liquid nitrogen, room temperature dry nitrogen from a pressurized gas cylinder. Displaced the atmosphere with pure nitrogen.
  7. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    Oh no it wouldn't be. The application would be extreme overclocking.
  8. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    That would be an issue for hot environments and would only be useful in climate controlled rooms... What i am proposing is not a low end solution and will have ambient considerations.
  9. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    You could have on intake fans.
  10. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    Your ambient temperature would have to be above your vapor temp of 27.82 °C (82.08 °F). That would be very uncomfortable work/play environment.
  11. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    Its widely available for air conditioning and HVAC systems.
  12. Marcus Bridge

    Dichlorotrifluoroethane (R123) cooling.

    Yes, a standard water cooling radiator. You would probably need fans. A pressure relief valve is standard safety.
  13. Marcus Bridge

    Water cooler maxout

    The video where you used an external water cooler and the coolant lines where condensating heavily, I was thinking of ways to encase it and remove all the moisture. Vacume and pressure are out of the question. Then it dawned on me. Dry nitrogen... Readily available and works at room pressure.... And if automated purging is needed, thats easy.
  14. Ever since i saw the the fanless CPU cooler with it's boiling coolent, I have been wanting to develop an off-the-shelf design. R123 freon (Dichlorotrifluoroethane), with a boiling tempature 27.82 °C (82.08 °F), would be ideal for a pumpless liquid cooling solution I believe. As long as you avoid exothermic reactivity in certain materials you don't want in your cooling system anyway. Because it is a liquid at room temperature, it is safe to handle. It has been used in commercial cooling systems for many years.
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