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nigel 5th September 2009 07:56

Dry ice
 
hi all,

furst of all I have been looking around for information about this but i am stil a bit confused :)
Hence i am starting to build my lab, I thought it was time to get myself some really cold cooling systems. :)
I was thinking about LNē but it seems a bit strange to go really cold when i do not have any experience with cooling stuf below 0°C. Sow Dry Ice seems a good starting point.
But, what kind of pot do I use?? For Lnē i would use an Dragon F1 for cpu and a Tek 5.0slim for gpu. But does it also work with Dry Ice??
And where to order and how to store this stuf :)
I've found Ijsfabriek Strombeek
http://www.ysfab.be/uploads/prijslijst%20ys%20nl.pdf
http://www.ysfab.be/nl/prod_ijs.asp
But how long could you store this stuf and in what container?

And last but not least is the insulation process simelar to LNē insulating? :)

greetings,
nigel

jmke 5th September 2009 08:50

Did you check out http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=gethowto&howtoID=59 yet? :)

skulstation 5th September 2009 09:08


dry-ice whil be dilivert in this type of box.
whit this box was it possible to stor the dry-ice for 3 a 4 days.
i used a Koolance CPU-LN2.

nigel 5th September 2009 09:16

jmke: no :no: :no: going to read it now.
@skulstation: ah :) good to hear.

O and i heard that the products of kingping also work good with dry ice. Could some one confirm this :)

jmke 5th September 2009 09:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by nigel (Post 243617)
O and i heard that the products of kingping also work good with dry ice. Could some one confirm this :)

http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&articID=876 :)

nigel 5th September 2009 10:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by jmke (Post 243619)

i feel stuped :D

Thanks ;)
Now i know what i am going to do :woot:


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