Cascade + little brother?
Hey MAD men :D
Early 2010 i'll be ordering cooling parts from Poland, I've asked Piotres to "makeme an offer i cannote refuse" :p this is part 1
I wanted a massive cascade that could handle -100° at around 250W load orso.
Then i thaught, why not have a little unit build for vga aswell and this is his idea ...
I like it but i have contradictory thaughts about it and would like your input :)
Afterall, i won't be the only one using it i should hope ;)
Mainly, what do you think about it and most importantly, about it's usefulness.
Also a dualchip card becomes difficult, i think the chips would be to close to eachother.
But on the other hand, it can be used as 2 separate single stages, so 2 benchers with 1 vga each for instance, is also possible :)
That's for the "little brother".
That poor man is so busy the cascade offer is due for the near future :D
And you are going to build it yourself?
What do you think?
I wish :-/ No mate, "Piotres" would be doing the building, it's his plans aswell ;)
Early 2010 i'll be ordering cooling parts from Poland,
ordering parts as in seperate pieces from poland.
Anyhow doesn't matter, can't wait to see it in action :)
Ok i phrased it badly :D i meant it as in the units themselves are the cooling parts.
But i would like to know if you would have one like this build, or if you rather would leave it at a single evap unit ...
not that he will be making a cascade ;p
But you have to descide that on your own. What fits your needs.
Well i can imagine using the dual evap system often enough, but i think i mainly would be running a single evap rather then both. That's where my doubts are ...
It sure can come in handy, but is it worth it?
Pricewise: dual evap = roughly 150% of the single evap unit. intresting enough to think hard :p
I would go for a strong single evap cascade :D
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