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Old 10-05-2005, 09:05 PM   #1
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i was wondering if i could use my fridges cooling system ( fridges use freon for those hwo dont know) as a cooling thing for my pc. it may take a while to make but would it work and be any good? i just need some advice and maybe tuts.
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I don't think it would be very practical. You need a compressor and lots of coils and such for that. A water cooling kit would be much better, cheaper, and easier.
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well i know it wouldnt be practical because i cant even oc, but it may be a fun project AND i might be able to sell it if it works.
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well u can always try. If u get it working properly it might prove as a good cooling device, but then again it would be expensive and require a lot of power.
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i found out its actually just compressor cooling, which keeps it at negative 50 like all the time. it costs about 300 to make if you dont have the fridge or ac unit.
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