Kayls Xtreme Journey

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by kayl, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. H[]R3NDUS

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    looks like a Bomb.. :D
     
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    As always Kayl, a great job:):thumbup:
     
  3. Gaidin

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    have you got some idea of a final price for these cascades? :D
     
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    thaxs guys, Gaidin you really dont want to know how much these things cost hey :(
     
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    Brazed system together tonight, and pulled a vacum each stage for leak testing.

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  6. Gaidin

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    man this thing is going to make ln2 look like pouring hot chocolate into the pot :D
     
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    Wow that is some insane cooling. I was thinking about getting into phase but i dont think want a compressor buzzing in my room when i am sleeping. :p
     
  8. H[]R3NDUS

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    lol this is going to be a little bit more than a Buzz ehe
    and most people dont leave there Phase coolers on 24/7..

    Like i said on i4memory site Kayl ..Nice job
     
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    shit kayl, thats a beast, is that your replacment for the frozen cascade? how cold does it get?
     
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    This is coming along very nicely[​IMG]
     
  11. Plug*

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    Holy crap thats looking nice :D
     
  12. Stumbling Goat

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    He sells them for about $2300 each.

    Last one was sold to atomic :D
     
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    And it's made a fine home at Atomic too :D

    Cascades are like 24/7 LN2 solutions... well almost.

    LN2 can cope with higher voltages easier and there's more control over the temperatures between -90 and -180 or so but this depends on the pot used and experience of the person pouring.

    Cascades are great to rather effortless extreme fun and you'll get close to LN2 results with it too :thumbup:

    I'm looking forward to when pro's system is finished. Hopefully I'll have my funds together for my home cascade by then :shock:
     
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    yeah I know kayls original cascades were selling for $2300 (I have one of his SS units) but I think this one might come in at a little more than that ;)
     
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    And with a comment like that I can only come to the conclusion that you've never used LN2 for cooling CPUs or GPUs.

    If you truly believe it's as simple as dumping the liquid in the pot, you may wish to relearn your pouring method. If you think it is as simple as dumping all the liquid into the pot and getting the desired temps with the desired amount of swing and the correct amount of temp holding under load, then you're not destined to have very successful LN2 sessions :shock:
     
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    ........agreed, depending on the CPU the pouring is the key to balancing the fine line between failure and success. Last session @ 5500MHz with Dino's classic E6700 the difference between running stable and the dredded BSOD was only 5-8C.
     
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    Thanxs guys im glad you like the cascade builds, I just cant wait to bench this beast ;)

    I have 3 to build before ill build myself a CPu and a Gpu cascade, open case style though, then we will see some serious benching ;)

    Correct, the last one I made used second hand compressors, 1hp and a 3/4Hp. All my systems will have new compressor for now on. If I was to buy 1.7Hp compressor here in Australia it would cost around $1100. I am importing these compressor now though at a fraction of that price.
     
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    so this new beefier cascade could end up being cheaper? thats the best news Ive heard all day :D
     
  20. Stumbling Goat

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    :O

    Just a general question, how much are gfrosters?
     

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