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Old 10th June 2002, 04:14   #1
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Damn, "fugger" @icrontic went totally bananas and bought this puppy:



This R134a cooler has a power drain of 4500Watts!
Thake that little vapo! I'd love to see this in action...

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4500 watt, 15000btu/h, 19.6 amps 1/4hp,type 2 coolant

5c with dionized water
-15c with type 2 coolant (Ethylyne Glycol) -50c thermostat settable on front panel. does 134A go that low?
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Old 10th June 2002, 09:34   #2
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very nice, now it's just waiting for results..
but I wonder how he's gonna install it to his socket :/
 
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could be quite a disappointment...
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Old 10th June 2002, 14:33   #4
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R134a is made for medium temperatures, I think -40C is lowest, but the 4500w means it'll keep the fluid on that point
but that's my guess, I'm no expert
 
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could be quite a disappointment...
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he is skilled, and has a good stepping, all should be fine (right?)
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