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Old 05-05-2011, 06:53 AM   #1
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[der8auer] BEAST Pot

After taking a long break of building LN2/DICE containers I want to introduce my latest work.

der8auer BEAST Pot:
Details:
  • Solid Copper LN2/DICE Container
  • Aluminium top for easier pouring
  • Dimension Container: ~80x110mm
  • Dimension Top: ~70x70mm
  • Weight without top/mounting: 2850g
  • Universal-Mounting for Socket: 775, 1155, 1156, 1366, AM2(+), AM3, 939
  • 4,5mm hole for temp probes
  • Polished version also available
  • Limited on 4 containers (1 currently available for sale)



Aluminium-tops:







Impressions of the manufacturing:









The final BEAST Container:











Let's take a look on the structure:








BEAST incl. top








Universal-socket-mounting








S775 CPU to compare the size










dinos here you got your blitzkrieg pot


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