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Strida

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Jun 15, 2003
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Cedar Rapids, Iowa
I am just getting into phase change cooling and I look at that setup in awe. I can't even begin to comprehend getting it all "just right."
 

LabRat23

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Jun 27, 2004
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I didnt read the full article, but I think a the end they said those temps were unloaded. The system probably would not work on a cpu.
 

Slayer2003

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Nov 14, 2003
^ I agree. I would never expect a composite to stand up to the pressure combined with the cold like that. Amazing.

I'm willing to bet though, it would break down after continuous use. :-/
 

lclark2074

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Jul 6, 2002
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I also noticed that the HX1 threw HX4 are not insulated I wonder how much this effected it?
I doing no what the blue carly cans are used for?
The HXs have to be the right lath with the right size tubing or thy will not give you the heat exchange for your needs if thy are based on simple loads thy maybe not long enough
 

LabRat23

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The setup looked to me like a lot of money thrown at a system that ws built just for show. When I see -160C on a processor, then I will start applauding.
 

Aphex_Tom_9

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May 10, 2004
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Brooklyn
it was a triple evap system, do you know how difficult it is get those to work right? even unloaded those are good temps.
Interesting cpu evap, nice to see what it looks like inside there.