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    Default Welcome Conpucold

    Hi Daren, we would like to welcome Compucold to Pure OC's Manufacturers Corner. When ever you have a chance can yoiu please post a couple of photos of your new Phase Change CPU Cooler, and let our members know how many overclockers you need for in house testing.

    Thanks Daren
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    Hey Daren!


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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Welcome, and looking forward to seeing your products.
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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Thanks guys for the warm welcome and thanks Stan for setting us up. Our website is being updated as we speak to include our latest PC cooling products. To give you a little background, we are a small start-up based in South Florida. We have developed and patented commercial workstation and server cooling products, and for the past year we have been developing a PC cooling product specifically for the overclocking community. We unveiled our prototype units at our booth at CES in Las Vegas in January. I will attach images of our brochure to this post. As we are still testing our products, they are not yet for sale, but we hope to be in production later this year.

    Our products use an advanced mini compressor phase change technology. We use the world's smallest compressors, which were developed by our partners Aspen Compressor for the military. Aspen is based in Marlborough, Mass. This allows us to have a high performance, low power cooling system that is small enough to fit inside a standard ATX chassis. We are currently redesigning the chilled-liquid version to be small enough to fit inside three 5.25" drive bays. It is plug-and-play into any existing water cooling circuit and powered by the computer's own 12v power supply. Anyone that has any questions or comments about our products may post them or contact me by email.

    As Stan said, we are looking for overclockers in the South Florida or Boston area to assist us with in-house testing and evaluation. If anyone is interested, please contact me at daren@compucold.com.

    PURE OC is the first overclocking forum we have joined and we look forward to hearing your comments.

    thanks all,
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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Welcome to Pure Daren. How do you compensate fore the moisture that is produced by the compressor? I have thought of this idea. Just thought that condensation would be a problem. Than you.

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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Good question. I have never done phase change but I would personally use some dry eraser and cut a shop towel material to place on top.... Correct me if I am wrong.

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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Welcome to Pure OC... this looks like a interesting concept to cooling...
    Can't wait till you guys put some results of your testing here..

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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    I do not think that they are going to be releasing a product where your going to need rags or dry eraser to help with condensation LOL I'm sure they have everything under control, and that the condensation problem if any, was taken care of before they showed their product off at CES.

    I am interested in knowing if this cooler will be software controlled, something like the coolers that CoolIt release a few years ago .

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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    I live in UK so that counts me out of the local testing, however, as soon as you get to the point where you are happy to send me one whether for testing or for sale then, with a couple of provisos, count me in.

    The current chillers that I have are waaay too big to fit in a case and are more typical of current phase use with our rigs. I might be interesting to alter one of these and build it as small as I can. I was going to convert one to a single stage direct evaporator unit but now I will wait with interest to see your product.

    Welcome to Pureoverclock from me too
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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Daren!

    Unfortunately I'm on the West coast, otherwise I would like to help.

    I look forward to seeing your PC cooling product development and how much better it is than my TEC unit.

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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Photos are up Steve, look under Photos in the recent forum posts

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    Default Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Welcome to Pure Daren. How do you compensate fore the moisture that is produced by the compressor? I have thought of this idea. Just thought that condensation would be a problem. Than you.
    We control condensation by keeping the liquid near the dew point. You can go below the dew point depending on quality of insulation without risk of condensation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I am interested in knowing if this cooler will be software controlled, something like the coolers that CoolIt release a few years ago .
    Yes we have our own desktop GUI for temp control.

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    Great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Great!
    It DOES sound interesting. I had a Asetek Vapochill Micro CPU cooler for a while that I used on my i7-870 until I got the Asetek LCLC water cooler instead. It did a good job of cooling that 870 CPU too. I sent it to one of my sons for his Pentium PC and he still has it, and it still works good for him.

    It looked like this.


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    lets see a review at pure oc
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