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Large watercooling plate

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  • Heatsinks
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  • Overclocking
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June 25, 2010 4:01:50 PM

I work in a microbiology lab (summer student), and a coworker asked me to assist him in finding a way of warming up a small work surface to 37C. We have water heaters and pumps we use for other applications, and I realized that if we were to get a cooling plate, and pump the water through that, it would be an effective way to get the heat away from the water, and onto our surface.

I was wondering if anybody knows of any watercooling plates that around 2"x3" give or take.

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June 25, 2010 5:51:49 PM

hmm I would recommend talking to [DD]Jerm at DangerDen. They do make custom blocks so they probably could make one for you.

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June 30, 2010 11:30:07 PM

jrhii said:
I work in a microbiology lab (summer student), and a coworker asked me to assist him in finding a way of warming up a small work surface to 37C. We have water heaters and pumps we use for other applications, and I realized that if we were to get a cooling plate, and pump the water through that, it would be an effective way to get the heat away from the water, and onto our surface.

I was wondering if anybody knows of any watercooling plates that around 2"x3" give or take.


Another idea would be to buy a small TEC that you could turn on and off as needed. People usually think of these for cooling, but remember, the flip side gets hot.
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July 1, 2010 5:28:06 AM

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July 1, 2010 5:28:27 AM

That is a much more affordable solution too.
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