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Old 15th August 2007, 11:07   #1
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I'm going to build a phase myself this time, ofcourse i will call in tha help from Jort when it's needed, prolly for tuning it and re-gassing the system...

The parts that i have so far and the parts that are on it's way...
(small note : It's a simple basic unit that has to keep the temps underneath 0.
no machtgt temps or extreem ****, just some cpu tester )

Compressor is a real softy so nice improvements for later can be gained by just swapping it lol


Compressor : 110W
Condensor : 120mm + Sunon 3000rpm 120mm
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Old 15th August 2007, 19:08   #2
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2.5-2.6m 0.028" voor 220W ~

condensor is a little to small for that heatload
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2.5-2.6m 0.028" voor 220W ~

condensor is a little to small for that heatload
yeah, w'ill see what we can get out of it eh

perhaps few months later i can change it with the compressor as well
 
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You shouldn't really look for performance if you want a quick cpu tester. If the phase keeps the chips at 5C you'll know if the chip's a winner or not pretty soon
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You shouldn't really look for performance if you want a quick cpu tester. If the phase keeps the chips at 5C you'll know if the chip's a winner or not pretty soon
I'm looking for performance afterwards
But you are right, if it can hold temps under zero or just above you wil be able to determine wheter your cpu is good or not
 
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