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jort 27th February 2006 17:40

Vapochill supercharged with danfoss NL11F
 
Today i replaced the danfoss FR8.5 with an NL11F,
i allready did some mods on the unit but this was the last thing that could improve the performance of the unit.



Few months i added a desuperheater in the unit.



The new compressor installed.





Then the temps, This -69 was in windows with a Dothan 780 on 3.2 ghz and 1.6V. Pritty sweet i think.(offcourse the sensor is off)



3.5 ghz and 1.7v biosshot.



quick windows test at 3468 mhz and 1.7V and superpi 1M



I'll post some more screens with some info when i got them

:D

greetz,
Jort

jmke 27th February 2006 17:43

what's up with the BIOS color screen :)

Go for 100% OC ?

jort 27th February 2006 17:54

BIOS is cool, changes when it want's.
while benching the asus allready for couple of months we saw every colour possible.

100% :o no way we get 4.4:^D

4G might be true

Sidney 27th February 2006 18:50

Lian Li is for old people only;)

jort 27th February 2006 19:17

its not my unit so i don't realy care:D

Sidney 27th February 2006 19:18

Darn nice job as always :drink:

jort 27th February 2006 20:25

Tnx Lazyman;)

he left with a supercharged Rig, damn that mini sounds nice!!!


jmke 27th February 2006 20:26

AMD tech? http://www.amdtour.com

jort 27th February 2006 20:34

Quote:

Originally posted by The Senile Doctor
is there anything you could do to further empower a vapochill LS? :D
Quote:

Originally posted by The Senile Doctor
lemmeknow those results!
Quote:

Originally posted by jort
I WILL!!!! ;)
i think the results are here :D:D:D



Quote:

Originally posted by jmke
AMD tech? http://www.amdtour.com
promowork at vacation and weekend's;)

Sidney 27th February 2006 20:36

I miss my original Mini; 1970. :(


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