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(LTT IDEA) Ultimate Chilled PC Build

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CPU: Intel i9 7980XE

GPUs: 2x Nvidia RTX 2080TI

 

Have the cpu (or if u can the gpu's) be cooled by a water chiller

 

Fill the whole build in Mineral Oil (to prevent condensation & cuz it looks cool)

 

Add lots of rgb

 

and last but not least... Cannibalize that sh*t!

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3 minutes ago, ! Aidan said:

@CPotter @LinusTech @Slick @GabenJr  @AlexTheGreatish @LMG Ivan @nicklmg @James

 

CPU: Intel i9 7980XE

GPUs: 2x Nvidia RTX 2080TI

 

Have the cpu (or if u can the gpu's) be cooled by a water chiller

 

Fill the whole build in Mineral Oil (to prevent condensation)

 

Add lots of rgb

 

and last but not least... Cannibalize that sh*t!

Freeze the whole build in a non-conducive liquid and use passive heat cooling so you don’t need to worry about moving parts. @LinusTech

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5 minutes ago, Budddy27 said:

Freeze the whole build in a non-conducive liquid and use passive heat cooling so you don’t need to worry about moving parts.

lmao

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7 minutes ago, Budddy27 said:

Freeze the whole build in a non-conducive liquid and use passive heat cooling so you don’t need to worry about moving parts. @LinusTech

Unless you're using TEC chips for all of that, you'll still need to have a pump to circulate the refrigerant keeping the liquid cool. You'd also need fans to blow air through the radiators on the sub-zero loop.

 You could just run the whole thing off of passive too, but that seems too simple and easy of a solution.

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3 minutes ago, Imbellis said:

Unless you're using TEC chips for all of that, you'll still need to have a pump to circulate the refrigerant keeping the liquid cool. You'd also need fans to blow air through the radiators on the sub-zero loop.

 You could just run the whole thing off of passive too, but that seems too simple and easy of a solution.

vouch

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16 hours ago, ! Aidan said:

@CPotter @LinusTech @Slick @GabenJr  @AlexTheGreatish @LMG Ivan @nicklmg @James

 

CPU: Intel i9 7980XE

GPUs: 2x Nvidia RTX 2080TI

 

Have the cpu (or if u can the gpu's) be cooled by a water chiller

 

Fill the whole build in Mineral Oil (to prevent condensation & cuz it looks cool)

 

Add lots of rgb

 

and last but not least... Cannibalize that sh*t!

I don't think watercooling + mineral oil would be a good plan, a chillbox would make a lot more sense where you put the entire PC in a sub zero box.

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