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    Fridge mod/coolant chiller. Could this be a frankencooler?

    Sorry no direct pics.
    http://hhrol.50g.com/system.jpg http://hhrol.50g.com/system2.jpg http://hhrol.50g.com/system3.jpg http://hhrol.50g.com/system4.jpg http://hhrol.50g.com/system5.jpg http://hhrol.50g.com/system6.jpg

    Pump.) 12v 500gph bilge pump $15
    fridge.) Not sure of specs $FREE
    H2O block.) homemade $15
    AT psu for pump.) $FREE
    tubing.) silicone 3/8 tubing $5
    Time invovled.) Testing $Priceless

    One block pic.


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    looks cool, few questions:

    What's in the cooler in the fridge?
    What temps you get?
    What kinda chip?

    and most importantly,

    How well does it overclock?

    And actually how did you go about cutting and sealing the fridge? Good job man!

    Edit:
    Sorry I just related you with that other post. Still curious as to the making of and what kinda temps you get, you're not using a pelt are you?
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