I dont like all the tin you have to use to make those cooling cells, i dont like buckets of water because they waste inventory space.
So i created a Snow Golem Powered CASUC, using RP2, IC2 and Advanced Machines i turn golem poo into ice blocks and force feed the reactor.
I'm also taking advantage of RP overspill control and internal routing system the tubes use. This is a proof of concept for my MK2-9-SUC EA, It runs at 4.33 EFF and outputs 1820 EU/t, and it has a 4 second cool down every 9 cycles. The effective EU is 1819 EU/t The singularity compressors have a storage capacity of 16 snowballs and 64 ice blocks The personal chest has a capacity of 54x64 for a grand total of 3776 ice blocks stored in the current design. Plus or minus what ever the retriever can hold This system currently creates too much ice for the cooling needs of the reactor. Currently it produces about 12 blocks of ice a second. This is with a back log of snowballs and a whole bunch of extra tubes that increase the delivery time to the reactor.
Video of the system in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VY1bI6k044g
It should be noted that all those tubes aren't needed. you can place a block breaker on top of a singularity compressor and then place a retriver next to that and have it force feed your reactor directly. this means you would have 0 entities visually.
Also you can place a Cross pattern of block breakers so there aimed at the center block the snow golem sits on and have those timed so there is a delay for the snow to be generated.
In this video i never see the snow disappear, nor do i see the blockbreaker fire:
you can see my mini suc in the back ground.