Originally Posted by marsey99
you need to come join the bench team mate
acetone would work for the coolant too i think
Acetone could work, unfortunately it likes to eat a lot of plastics and rubbers. I would probably use anhydrous Methanol and silicone or teflon tubing with metal fittings; would also have to replace the block seals with silicone as well.
It would be cool to join the bench team if I lived in the UK.
Originally Posted by SparkleDJackson
if the system was submerged in oil and was piped for the mentioned setup would that eradicate condensation or any icing n such. as if there was any moisture on the system after submerging it the liquid would just chill on top of the oil to make it the ultimate risk free cooling solution lol. i aint gonna lie. that would rock hard
Well, here's a thought; as long as the fluid is (and remains) non-conductive, is non-flamable and stays relatively low viscosity at the target temperatures, how about submerging the entire rig in it and just use that fluid as the coolant. Whatever is used could be piped directly over the cpu and gpu's, and just recirculate the fluid in general to the chiller. The entire rig would be cooled. Be interesting to see how that would work. Maybe that's another project.