Latest update: I took a look inside the chiller and I do believe I could do the conversion of swapping the motor over. I started looking for suitable replacements and low and behold, I found the man behind the curtain. I don't want to spoil anything yet, but lets just say I found the REAL manufacturer of these chillers and they are not German.. Not even European... And they have a 110V version.... **AND** I was able to get a BRAND NEW ONE SHIPPED TO MY HOME FOR LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE I PAID FOR THE ALPHACOOL!!!!! So lets just say that I ordered one......... Maybe I will have to start selling these myself? There are a couple tiny things that need to be changed to get it to work but its definitely in my wheelhouse of expertise. So the Threadripper *IS* getting chilled after all! Also have my water block installed and using the Koolance setup to cool for the time being. Temps are really good! I have not tried going over 4GHz yet but I have had long stints where the UEFI has automatically turbo boosted me to 4.88GHz (according to system monitor). Not sure that I believe that entirely (like, maybe a 1% chance that's actually true) but I did have the auto-overclock stuff on as well as thermal throttling dialed down, so anything is possible. I will send you a PM on some of my background. Its not like its entirely 100% top secret, but its off topic so figured I would reach out individually.... But yes, I did learn some things from my B-52 days. In fact, the ECM system (Electronic Counter Measures) is actually SUBMERGED in non-conductive fluid. There is also a turbine powered cooler (off the exhaust) that uses rapid expansion to massively (and quickly) cool air temps which gets used for breathable air inside the plane. It cools the air by several hundred degrees instantaneously! Its an interesting plane since everything on it was designed such a long time ago. Way more mechanical vs. a modern airframe. One example is the cabin pressure system. There is a dial in the cockpit that you turn to set what "simulated" elevation (air pressure) you want the inside to run at. The switch is literally hooked up to cables and pulleys that connect up to plastic bags with plastic orifices of different sizes that allow the air to flow to an outflow valve on the sides of the plane. So, the system that keeps you alive and basically stops you from passing out are some garbage bags with holes in them.. EDIT: Here is a sample of temps and load. I turned SMT off, but that's itt... See how the clocks don't match??