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Old 30-01-2006, 01:45 AM   #297
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The fans were on the other side of the rad from the DICE, watch the video
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Old 30-01-2006, 07:32 AM   #298
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i do wonder - DICE in the pot - wouldn't that be evaporating quicker due to the heat being emitted by the CPU, whereas in the esky, if it's just the radiator it shouldn't be as hot? I could be wrong, hehehe...

i thought ATi's didn't have cold bug...
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Old 30-01-2006, 08:27 AM   #299
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They dont, he is referring to cpu
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Old 30-01-2006, 10:54 AM   #300
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dam nice work..

awesome Wr! kicked my X850 to the curb..

what stepping is that 146? that's one beast of a cpu ya got there.

seems like an awful lot of work there though.. you need Scragley to build you some phase units save a lot of time setting everything up & no condensation issues, & the good thing is its a permanant solution to an ever increasing problem allows you to concerntrate more on benching rather than everything else that's going on when your dicing.

My 2c hehe.

Keep up the good work!

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Old 30-01-2006, 11:04 AM   #301
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DI is colder though
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Old 30-01-2006, 11:50 AM   #302
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The biggest problem was not having DICE pellets.
Having to constantly be chipping a supply from bricks as I went just added way too much for 1 person to handle, and provided inconsistent chunk size for the pot which as Scragley knows makes for problematic temperature adjustment.

Yes i need some PC units.
I need a cascade (or large single) that can be temperature regulated for CPU, and a single for each GPU i run.
I dont have the money for these units now though, and not sure if Kayl can build a regulated unit yet either?

Groovey - the pot uses only 1 small chunk (or a couple pellets) at a time to maintain desired temperature. It doesnt chew as much DICE as the esky did because the volume is small and very well insulated, compared to a "large" open volume subjected to high speed airflow

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Old 30-01-2006, 12:48 PM   #303
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what about turning off rad fans completely ?
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Old 30-01-2006, 01:27 PM   #304
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temps of GPU would suffer by about 5C
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