Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by kayl, Aug 19, 2006.
Hook it up to a heat exchanger and feed chilled (hopefully not frozen) water into your loop
That thought has been crossing my head with my new prommie, but I think I'll leave that one as is and build a water-chiller later on myself...
Just attach it to a waterblock.
Very cool thread.
cant wait to see this finished
im tossing up which type of kayl to get..a 3/4hp or 1/3hp...
the cascade i was building is on hold as havnt heard from the owner for a few months
New cascade biggest yet, 2x 2hp compressors
unit up n running. Just need to finish the insulation and fine tune the unit under load.
Not bad almost did a cascade in a few days
Wow that's massive! haha nice job!
Holy fuckin shit Kayl, nice job!
The person your building that for must be awesome.
i dont want to know how much this thing cost...
looks awesome though..
Haha yeah I think you know him better than any of us
Boosti got one of these from Kayl and he loves it, I'm sure you will too
Wow.... this project is purely amazing.
It's great to know that someone has the guts and knowledge to venture into stuff that very few of us know about.
We can just watch from the sidelines ^ ^
All in all the cooling for this is epic D:
Can you run this stuff all day long? Or does the CPU suffer from the negative temperatures lool
Yeah I can't wait to get it, mainly because I have such a large collection of stuff to bench and its taking up space I need to start getting rid of bits.
not sure who he is, but he said he will make his own case and finish it off with with some sexy airbrushing pinup girls
think it will complete the cooler
nice job there kayl. @ party, if it's anything like gazza's cascade your going to be a very happy new owner.