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Old 30th September 2009, 10:37   #1
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Hey MAD men

Early 2010 i'll be ordering cooling parts from Poland, I've asked Piotres to "makeme an offer i cannote refuse" 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.

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GPU cooling unit (dual evaporator system)

-Compressors two LG 164 PAB (or similar), 9700 BTU each
-One splitted 3.0kw condenser
-Each suction line 120 cm long
-Insulation 18 mm thick all over unit
-Suction line sleeve color to choose
-Kprobe on each evaporator
-R507 freon
-EVAPS GPU type 2 pcs
-Only one evap (one compressor can be runned) , not always both
-Temperature of each evaporator -42 to -48C@260W load, unloaded -53 to -60C
It could cool 2 singlechip cards but a dualpcb ... don't think so.
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

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Old 30th September 2009, 10:39   #2
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And you are going to build it yourself?
 
Old 30th September 2009, 10:40   #3
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What do you think?

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why not have a little one made
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Old 30th September 2009, 10:40   #4
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I wish No mate, "Piotres" would be doing the building, it's his plans aswell
 
Old 30th September 2009, 10:45   #5
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What do you think?
what i think?

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
 
Old 30th September 2009, 10:48   #6
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Ok i phrased it badly 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 ...
 
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what i think?
his post stated that he will have a cascade made.
not that he will be making a cascade
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Ok i phrased it badly 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 ...
I would always use a unit for gpu or some quick cpu testing, but when aiming for results, gpu only. Cpu LN2, so yes single evap only.
But you have to descide that on your own. What fits your needs.
 
Old 30th September 2009, 11:05   #9
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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
 
Old 30th September 2009, 11:10   #10
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I would go for a strong single evap cascade
 
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