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June 29, 2011, 09:22:23 PM
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hi miners,

is anyone of you recycling the heat of your mining rigs/racks? is anyone using (custom)
Heat-Pipe-System / (solar) Tube collector hardware?

New Heat exchanger Smiley - sounds great

http://tes-ne.com/English/03_product_e.html

any othere ideas about that topic?


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June 29, 2011, 10:18:34 PM
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A good idea, but those are designed to run at 100C+. That would destroy your card unfortunately. I've had a fun idea for some time where I would water cool my computer and use my water heater as a large reservoir. Every time the dishwasher/shower/washing machine ran it would replenish the cold water. The two systems would be separated with a heat exchange of course.

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