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    Extreme Cooling Guides

    Last edited by yantronic; Oct 15th, 10 at 01:08 AM.

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    Who can build one

    I would like to know if anybody out there knows of a guy who can build one of this evaporators coolers, I would love to have one build for me to play with , please let me know. Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino
    Building a Dual Evaporator Cooler
    http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=1227&s=1

    Dual Cascade Cooler: -111C Cooling
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=618&s=1

    Building a Phase Change Part 1: Using the Tools
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=713&s=1

    Building a Phase Change Part 2: Step by Step Walkthrough
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=714&s=1

    Regassing a Prometeia/ VapoChill
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=716&s=1

    Building a Chiller Part 1
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=754&s=1

    Building a Chiller Part 2
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=755&s=1

    Dry Ice Cooling Guide
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=756&s=1

    Guide to Insulation
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/index.cgi?i=224&s=1

    Mounting Hole database for the DIY evaps:
    http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=1356&s=1

    How to make a cheap and effective Evaporator Housing
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/?i=1627&s=1

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    ian.ho
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    yes...we can Glad to know you into Phase Change cooling.

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    Slimmie
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    Nice guides I was thinking to make a waterchiller to cool my cpu and gpu.

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    Slimmie
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    Prox1mus and I have almost completed our waterchiller and Dry Ice containter. :evil7:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimmie
    Prox1mus and I have almost completed our waterchiller and Dry Ice containter. :evil7:
    Post up your eresults!!

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    Slimmie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino
    Post up your eresults!!
    As soon as possible. When we completed this oc session, I make a Thread with results and pictures. I'm very exited because this would be my first time facing sub sero temps.

    We are doing this because overclocking is fantastic, but also to compare my 3500+ against Prox1mus's Intel 550.

    This is our Dry Ice container, we only have to make a hold down kit with holes for socket A / 939/ 775.


    I think the bottom is a little to thin. Maybe a bigger bottom is needed. I don't know actualy.





    I haven't got any pictures of the waterchiller yet. It's a freezer. I think the water get around -15/-10. Probaly enough for some serious core overclocking with our X850's. We hope te get 8k in 3dmark 2005.
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    Wow, seriously effective interior base there.
    You may need athicker base yes. It will hold the cold better and also less fluctuations.
    6 to 8mm thick base is nice.

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    The base is 8mm.
    I have made the base in 2 steps, one part is exactly the outside size of the pipe and that is 3mm.
    You can see that on the pic.
    And the other part is 5mm an fit perfectly inside the pipe.
    All home made out of one big block of copper.
    I'm lapping it now, and prepare the holddown kit.



    Hope it's gonna work very well.
    Last edited by Prox1mus; Apr 23rd, 05 at 11:13 PM.

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    I'm sure it will, but even if it doesnt it looks pretty as hell!
    You gonna be using an accurate temp probe at the base? I'm very curious to see the diff between load and unloaded temps.
    Almost any container can give very good unloaded temps but the good ones will hold a much better load temp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino
    I'm sure it will, but even if it doesnt it looks pretty as hell!
    You gonna be using an accurate temp probe at the base? I'm very curious to see the diff between load and unloaded temps.
    Almost any container can give very good unloaded temps but the good ones will hold a much better load temp.

    We will see. It's our first big subzero project. I'm waiting for a 3700+ San Diego and Prox1mus would probably get his Intel 650 this week. :cool1:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimmie
    We will see. It's our first big subzero project. I'm waiting for a 3700+ San Diego and Prox1mus would probably get his Intel 650 this week. :cool1:
    good luck let us know how it goes!
    we need more intel benchers here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino
    good luck let us know how it goes!
    we need more intel benchers here!!
    Weird Intel is the current market leader and we need more Intel Benchers? :shoot5: Just kidding. Intel is just a fine company with great cpu's.


    We have almost completed our holddown kit with holes for socket A, 775, and 939.
    I don't have my 3700+ San Diego yet, but Prox1mus has his 650 in tha house.
    On water it overclocks 4.2ghz. I have seen better results with a 6** on water, but 4.2ghz is quite nice. I'm curious how it does under a fine pipe full of Dry Ice

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    phase-change cooling

    Dear Sir ,

    I am interested to purchase a phase change cooling , please advise the cost for purchase.

    Looking forward to receive urgent reply.

    :jump3:

    TJC

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    sham can advice wat r the points to note when getting all the seperate parts??
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