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Old 27th February 2004, 21:50   #11
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again very helpfull

but I'm still not out of the woods yet; I get the cascade phase change concept, I get the TEC cascade concept, but I still don't get what cascaded watercooling is :grum: (not talking about multiple pumps now) and I don't get why those home made WC blocks from cathar are called "cascade watercooling blocks".


I don't remember wether it was here or at procooling forums but I've read that placing your pumps in series can ravage the last pump(s) in the chain when put directly behind eachother.
 
Old 27th February 2004, 22:11   #12
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cascade is the name of his designed waterblock
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Old 28th February 2004, 00:20   #13
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but I'm still not out of the woods yet; I get the cascade phase change concept, I get the TEC cascade concept, but I still don't get what cascaded watercooling is :grum: (not talking about multiple pumps now) and I don't get why those home made WC blocks from cathar are called "cascade watercooling blocks".


3-barb cascade SS, silver baseplate
 
Old 28th February 2004, 02:43   #14
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Yeah, I've seen it, ... I've also seen the pricetag on it, ... 350 $ :ww:

so the only reason it's called cascade is because of the dual outlet, correct?
 
Old 28th February 2004, 10:52   #15
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I'd rather think it is because of the sequence of the jet and impignment effect
 
Old 28th February 2004, 21:04   #16
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TEC stacking

http://www.overclockers.com/tips313/
 
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Conclusion: it doesn't work

Link has been in the HWFaq for a loooong time
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http://www.madshrimps.be/gotofaqlink.php?linkid=1952
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Conclusion: it doesn't work
it does work, but it isn't a great solution
 
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it does work,
Stacking peltiers is fraught with complications and may not be a practical solution to supercooling high-wattage CPUs.

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correct.
 
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