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Fisco

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Joined
Jul 24, 2001
I have been using my water rig for two months now and it is a dream. I have a 20litre water res, no radiators and no fans.
How do I water cool the
power supply?

Fisco.
 

phantom punisher

Member
Joined
Jan 4, 2001
Location
fort drum NY
wild! is that even posible? as far as i know theres not one flat surface in there to put a block too. all the ps ive seen have a fan exuast. maybe you could upgrade that if its a suorce of heat in your case
 

killem1x1

Member
Joined
Jul 11, 2001
Or, ofcourse the infamous flourineart <sp> by 3m
You can submerge any electrical component in that stuff, but it's 500 bucks a gallon ;)
 

JoeC

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Joined
Jun 20, 2001
You could buy a water cooled PS from Koolance, but it's pretty anemic for a PS.

What you could try, if you are ambitious, is to use a waterblock that is bolted onto the aluminum heatsink inside the PS - you'll have to modify the Al HS, but it might work.

Intersing project!