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 Post subject: Please post your ducted to outside CPU heatsink
PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 8:23 am 
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I'm trying cool my cpu with a duct pulling air from the cpu directly to the outside. I made one (really guettotastic) but forgot to take pictures, could you post your own? Any Ideas are welcome, I'm thinking about getting an Aerocool Deep Impact 102 and duct it. much like this
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 11:43 am 
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Is that me or is that a BTX system you have there?


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shathal wrote:
Is that me or is that a BTX system you have there?


It's not just you. Looks like it to me too.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 1:18 pm 
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Those pictures are not mine, these are just examples of what I'm trying :wink:
here's the source http://www.silentpcreview.com/news299.html

I'm seams to me that the fan is blowing air inside the case, I wan't to build it sucking to the outside.

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THOUGHT those piccies looked familiar somehow :).

Anyway, I don't think it'd be an overly wise idea in this instance. In this case, you'd be sucking the air over already hot components (GFX-card + its friends), leading the CPU to have less of a delta in "its" air to cool against.

The CPU being (usually) the #1 generator in heat is the one you want to cool the most, usually. :)


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but also its the the one that warms the air inside the case. The other componets dont heat that much, and if I have an air intake it works like a charm :)

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Sigma One.

Cold air ducted from the side, passes right through CPU HS, and goes straight out the back.

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Ducting an Alpha PEP66 on a slocket straight to the rear exhaust. The PEP had no fan of its own. CPU was a P3-750E running at 1000 at 2v :shock:

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Washer/dryer ducting taking cold air from the front intake directly to a Swiftech MC462. CPU was an XP1500.

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Both these are long gone since I now run lovely quiet water-cooling wih much faster processors.

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Getting quite with a Citus case

I used a Thermalright AX-7, a panaflo L1 and some dryer ducting between the two. Works well for me.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2004 10:59 am 
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look what I found :D
http://forums.silentpcreview.com/viewtopic.php?t=12265

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