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Old 02-01-2009, 06:14 PM   #21 (permalink)
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The Reserator is HUGE!
It's also all aluminum, fanless, and terribly inefficient.
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and pronounced radiator.
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and pronounced radiator.
The model is name Reserator...
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It's also all aluminium, fanless, and terribly inefficient.
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if your just doing this for fun, then you should reverse a vacuum, make a shroud, and have it blowing on the reserator, it would be **** good at removing heat. You could take out the crap and plastic on the vacuum and make it fairly small, but it would be Very Very loud lol.
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You can much reduce the volume of a vacuum by using a fan for a pc you can even do it with cyclone filter vacuums.
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^ i think it would be cool though lol.
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And over time the motor would get incredibly incredibly hot and start blowing out hot air...
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^still would be COOL,,,
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Maybe I'll take the intercooler off my Subaru WRX and make my own liquid cooling beast.
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