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Old 03-20-12, 04:51 PM   #481
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Yeah, I was struggling to find enough bench space in the lab. to be honest. I was planning on using a spare fume hood to keep the thing really well vented, but one had P2S5/alumina in it (fatal by inhalation; 100 ppm causes pulmonary embolism) and the other had dimethyl sulfate in it (a known carcinogen and mutagen) so I didn't go there ...

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Old 03-20-12, 05:16 PM   #482
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mmph, 100ppm isn't exactly a lot. I think you made the right choice.

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Old 03-20-12, 05:34 PM   #483
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i like that shelf setup for the power supply
I see you like danger. I could see that falling, ouch.

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Yeah, I was struggling to find enough bench space in the lab. to be honest. I was planning on using a spare fume hood to keep the thing really well vented, but one had P2S5/alumina in it (fatal by inhalation; 100 ppm causes pulmonary embolism) and the other had dimethyl sulfate in it (a known carcinogen and mutagen) so I didn't go there ...
sometimes you have to risk death to get be the best

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yeah thats what i am talking about If its not under ice, its not being done right

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First post. Thought it would be fitting that I introduce myself with some frosty pics.





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Does this make the motherboard dead?
I'm quite noob at extreme cooling
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Does this make the motherboard dead?
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Everything was unplugged, it should be fine

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Old 04-26-12, 02:46 PM   #493
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Water + electron movement = death.
Water + no electron movement = non-death.

Just have to be really sure it is dry before you fire it up again.
I usually do that by heating the board up to 140-170*f for a while, water doesn't stick around at those temps very long.

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Here's a few of my money shots. Some very heavy ice buildup for just dry ice.
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Did you save some D-Ice for the Vodka?

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or did you run out of acetone at the last minute?

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or did you run out of acetone at the last minute?

ballsy putting the vodka on your PSU!

It was only sitting there for a minute or so, and the psu doesn't run hot anyway.

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Crazy amount of ice there for DIce.
You need better vodka :P

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Crazy amount of ice there for DIce.
You need better vodka :P
Yeah, I couldn't believe how much ice built up on the pot. Yeah the psu has a drinking problem, so we buy it the cheapest stuff we can. I keep telling it that it's not safe for it to be drinking, but it just can't seem to put the bottle down. It's actually my roommates, I am a whiskey guy myself.

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