|06-11-2009, 03:52 PM||#41 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 22 2005
Location: Port Hedland
|14-12-2009, 03:39 AM||#43 (permalink)|
@Kayl, sorry dude for answering you back so long; well, I'm using a TIO-00 for the first stage and a TIO-01 for the remaining ones.
Tuning has started.
- 1st stage = HSP @ ~ 10bars & TEV @ -67C
- 2nd stage = HSP @ ~ 10.5bars & modded TEV (R1150) @ -111C
- 3rd stage = HSP @ ~ 7bars & CPEV (wide open) @ -112C
Just for fun. 1st stage is way too cold this way. Anyway, I'm very surprised how well it actually holds the load of the running lower stages even with such a pressure.
With the CPEV opened like this, the 3rd stage pulls down amazingly fast!!
|15-12-2009, 03:15 AM||#44 (permalink)|
Looks to be the min possible for the 3rd stage CPU evaporator. A bit more of insulation will obviously help to reach -130C
First stage TXV = -57C to -60C (I'm gonna tune the superheat a bit more here)
Second stage TXV = -107C to -108C
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