About: Coolest Bitcoin Mining Miner - Liquid Cooled Experiment
i can use a duct fan in a wooden box to keep two 570s at 60 or below. why would i use mineral oil that will break down any plastic or rubber component in that oil. instead try out transformer oil or silicon oil. that oil is specifically made for its noncorroding properties to plastics and and water
Going to try this and add a few trick that I've been researching for a few years... :D I'll share with you two, for sharing this, once I have some results factored.
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good to have the guts and do this project..
You idiots really think that radiator will do something if it's flat on the cover ? How TF will the air pass in there
Take a mini fridge apart...take the cold coil and run it in the tank. Run a digital therostat from the mineral oil tank to the compressor switch.....auto cool the oil
How hard is it to clean the mineral oil off your components ?
rip the fans
Hi. My laptop doesn't have pci slot. Is there any possible to add external graphics Card?
i have a problem over clocking my gtx 1080 and increasing memory clock speed im getting less daily earning
I've watched a few other videos of yours, but this is the one that got my sub. I have a r9 290 tri-x on a box with a separate psu beside my gaming rig. Runs hot compared to the 560 and 570. Sounds like this will be the next route to try. Thanks
While it's great for dispersing heat, it is horribly corrosive to plastics, all of your plastic pieces like card slots etc will be degraded and crumbling in months
Does not have work very well that's going to be plug in a PCI X1 you might get like 30 frames if you're lucky
When you use the riser it effects ur gaming experience so your entire test if ur testing it for gaming purposes is kinda wrong
why mineral oil? 3m novec is what you should be using. mineral oil gets so dirty and impossible to clean the gpu i don't think you should be reccomending people to do this to their gpu's