Frozen Cascasde

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by kayl, Aug 19, 2006.

  1. n3wbi379

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    And u listen? :p
    If it was upto the wife we wouldnt have these toys to play with ... :D
     
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    Cant remember now last time i picked up the blow torch, but it felt really good to do it again, especially first build back being a cascade.
    Heres a start to my final cascade...



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    Ooooh, that's mine! :D

    Looking forward to this very much. :leet:
     
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    hopefully santa can deliver ;)

    unit together, just have to finish some insulation and final wiring and i can start to load test this babie

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    Oooooooo that's nice :cool: I love my single stage you made but that I would give a left lit for :lol::thumbup:
     
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    Good to see you back kayl.What gas are you using in your systems now.
     
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    This may not be the place to ask but do you do re-gassing of cooling systems, kayl? :Paranoid:

    I have a Hailea HC1000 that could do with a re-gas with something a bit more performance suited... currently it's using R134a which I've read is good for the environment but not so good for performance :p
     
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    thanxs mate, same as before. r404a in first stage and 1150 in the second stage ;)

    sure mate ill send you a pm
     
  9. Ando420

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    Bump for revhead :D (and coz its a cool :p thread)
     
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    Thanks Ando, and kayl has an email from me with lots of questions ....

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    haha love it. Should have more updates in 2 weeks. Did some more work on the unit over the weekend. Also new mounts plates are finished 1156, 1155 and all the old ones of course :weirdo:
     
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    Great work you got in this thread! :thumbup: :)

    What kind of temps do you get now on modern CPUs?
    Will you ever revisit the triple head design? This was quite interesting! :thumbup:
     
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    thanxs IMtech, golftown was around -103c load and -106c idle high volts. Unit takes 5 mins to pull down to those temps :D
    The triple head was too hard to balance and get temps all the same under high load. Specially the Gpu units with ln2 volts.
    Ended up turning that cascade into a single head unit and someone local here in perth owns it.
     
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    Did some more work on the cascade over the weekend, -108c idle and -103c load after a few tunning mods. Unit hit -117c after 10 mins no load, sure if i left it longer would hit -120c. When im back ill put the hood on the unit and finish the wiring and post some more pics :nod:
     
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    FANTASTIC!!! Strong unit!

    Do you mind me asking a question about or two about my SS in here or would you rather a PM? :lol::thumbup:
     
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    thanxs, best to send me a pm :thumbup:
     
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    Subbing, cause I've always wanted one of these :p
    I like dreaming..... :lol:
     
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    Good luck shipping it to NZ :lol:
     
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    The reason for the dreaming part...
     
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    Just chuck it in a Kayak and row it there yourself.
    Oh, wait...
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