This is my second attempt to work with thermoelectric cooling.
The first experiment was a reservoir TEC water chilled, I fail miserably due to the lack of fund available and the inexperience with Peltier.
I spent countless time on the research about thermoelectric cooling and I'm going to give it another shot.
This time around I will be using Peltier as direct die cooling approach to chill the processor.
Hopefully I will have more success this time around.
To keep 4200Mhz overclocked Core i7 920 chilling at sub-ambient or at least below 40°c (load) with minimal cost as possible.
Value in $USD or otherwise indicated.
Size: 50mm x 50mm x 3.6mm
Cost: $30.00 shipping included
Dimension: 50mm x 50mm x 5mm (3/16”)
Cost: $8.00 shipping included
Neoprene close cells sheet
Cost: $65.00 shipping included
Bitspower 45 degree compression
Total cost: $145 approximate
Phase I: Addition radiator installation to existing setup for extra cooling capacity.
Phase II: Motherboard condensation preparation
Phase III: Water block & Peltier Installation
Phase IV: Result
Note: Due to personal engagement commitment at the moment, this project is going to take
a little bit longer than I was anticipated. I'll try to update it often as I have a chance. So be patient.