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Iron Hawk said:Well i think this was it, however Its not exactly what you had in mind:
But it is a thread you may want to read over.
The system that you describe might work. But i have little experiance with pelts so i guess im not really the one who to give you the final answer.
Tecumseh said:IF you want a safety advantage put two pelts side by side
on a good coldplate.
rossd said:Water circulation won't help the heat conduction to the second cold plate. In fact any water in the way will hinder it. Also you'll have heat leakage into the cold reservoir and pipes, which will degrade performance.
I can't see how this could help things.
drunkmonkey said:Just about ur waterblock, it needs waterflow directly over the core.
Voodoo Rufus said:Since the block will be cooled by ambient air and the pelt is below ambient on the cold side ideally, I don't think the cold will reach the CPU. At best it'll be somewhat better than a straight H2O ambient system. It's best to have a pelt on a thick coldplate then a waterblock on top of that. I think you'll get much better temps.