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Old 02-02-2006, 08:04 AM   #73
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kayl i'm sort of lost - i distinctly you recall you had some amazing temperatures awhile back - did you make some changes that I must have missed reading?
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Old 02-02-2006, 08:52 AM   #74
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Die temps on the cpu and evap temps are two different things. He has also been playing with autocascades and cascades
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Old 02-02-2006, 09:25 AM   #75
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yeah, but i normally only give one with each kit i sell. maybe 2 for complete systems. ppl can can use the stock one for the back plate.



the frozen ss case wont be welded together, screws and some rivets on frond and back pannels.



i use this to build test units in to make sure things fit.
this was a special unit with special subcooling/ special gas blend.
didnt handle load well though. at -30c load benching.
that special gas is ment for cascades systems.
hmm r507/r1150, mabye a little propane ? Pulling -72c @ 2psig?? Jesus that's insane!

Looking awesome as always dude.

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Old 02-02-2006, 04:50 PM   #76
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kayl i'm sort of lost - i distinctly you recall you had some amazing temperatures awhile back - did you make some changes that I must have missed reading?
Like scragley ,Ya most properly either getting mixed with die temps and evap (cpu block) temps.
Then there are the different cooling systems. You guys play with different cpu/mobo’s, i toy with cold stuff running different systems different configurations.
Single stages like commercial units are prity straight forward. But when ya start looking at what goes into an autocascade and a cascade there is a hole lot of different stages to the system.

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hmm r507/r1150, mabye a little propane ? Pulling -72c @ 2psig?? Jesus that's insane!
Looking awesome as always dude.
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Thanxs cbuzz that phone was from a while back now, at that particular time I though I had come up with something spectacular findings, if only it held load temps.
-72c at 0psig with 1 1/4hp compressor is way out there, no one else at xs has managed a blend that cold yet on a single other than running an autocascade.
I can get -46c idle with r290/1150 which is similar to what ya would expect from straight r507. ill end up trying a squirt or 2 of 1150 with the r507 at a later date to see what results I can get, wish I had some large compressors here to play with other than the compressors in my cascade. -55c load -60c idle would be sweet wouldn’t it, who cares about electricity when ya benching.
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Old 03-02-2006, 03:05 AM   #77
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put the system together tonight.
donst that compressor look crap.
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Old 03-02-2006, 10:57 AM   #78
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I can send you a large compressor if you want it.. Got half a dozen big rotary's/compressors here.

Image pulling 25/30hg with R1150 blend on Single stage... close to -100c on a Single!! Probably wouldnt hold any load but, would still be insane to see it....

Pay for postage & it's yours. You can even take your pic I can get real cheap postage as i've got a courier account.. Should be around $15-$20 to get it to you in Perth..



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Old 04-02-2006, 12:13 AM   #79
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I can send you a large compressor if you want it.. Got half a dozen big rotary's/compressors here.

Image pulling 25/30hg with R1150 blend on Single stage... close to -100c on a Single!! Probably wouldnt hold any load but, would still be insane to see it....

Pay for postage & it's yours. You can even take your pic I can get real cheap postage as i've got a courier account.. Should be around $15-$20 to get it to you in Perth..



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thanxs man. When i come over ill check them out.
sounds like ya found ya self a good courier there cbuzz.
i wish i new someone like that
if only i could make a sweet autocascade.
chilly1 got -100c on a single stage autocascade.
well one that a university build 5 stage autocascade and re-gassed it.
he had some r14 and up to 5+ different gass in there.
pulling off -100c would be something on one compressor though.
-82.5c is as cold as i have gone on a single compressor, 1200btu rotary.
I bet ya got a few of those.
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Old 04-02-2006, 01:31 PM   #80
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Hey C-Buzz, would you mind pm'ing me the name of that courier?, i'm going to send Kayl some compressors soon and i've been looking for a cheap courier for my business. Cheers
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