Introduction: Liquid Cooled Computer
This was my first liquid cooler for a PC and the main point of my design was to test out an idea to use copper metal foam in the exchanger to enhance performance.
The performance was .013 Degrees per watt at 100 watts.
I Worked for 18 years in the electronics cooling industry for Thermacore Inc. I had to hide the pump and water block per there request.
Sorry, I do not have pictures of the build but, I did not plan on putting this on Instructables when I built it.
The last picture was done in sketchup and is to give you an idea of what my exchanger is built like minus the fan duct work.
Feel free to ask me any questions about my Instructable or anything about Electronics cooling (heat pipes, vapor chambers, thermosiphons or any other type of cooling) I am more than happy to help. You can ask here or E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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