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    Installed chilled liquid system (overclocked to 5.2). CPU temp never exceeded 52C.


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    Great looking unit.

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    Yes that is very interesting unit.

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    Very interesting refrigeration unit similar to air conditioning from what I can see

    anyone know what the cost is for one of these units?

    CHILLED LIQUID PHASE CHANGE COOLING

    • Patent-pending cooling technology
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    • May be added to any existing water cooling system
    • Small footprint. Fits into most full tower ATX chassis
    • Powered by Computer’s 12v power supply
    • Low-power consumption (avg<60W)
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    Hey Stan can you get one to review?

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    very interesting would keep my temps low in the florida summers.

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    Hi Daren, this is Stan, I'm not sure if you can talk about this yet, but during your own testing what have temps been like at idle and over-load
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Hey Stan can you get one to review?
    Vinny, they are still working in the testing phase, which is why they are looking for seasoned overclockers to push some chips. When samples are ready for review, I'm sure Daren will be in touch with me, this unit looks like it would fit nicely in my TJ11, maybe even my Cosmos II Ultra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccold View Post
    Check out our website for more info: http://www.compucold.com

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    What chip was being used ? if this was a new Sandy Bridge-E 3930K or 3960X then that's great underload temps for such a hot running chip.

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    This is the unit we showed at CES. We were running the 2600k. Max temps at full load using Prime 95 was 52-54C.

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    By the way, the photo is our chilled-liquid unit. The temp on the box is the water temp. With insulation we can chilled the liquid somewhat below the dew point. It can get much colder (below freezing), but if its too cold you could get condensation. We wrote our own desktop GUI that allows the user to select the water temperature and the controller board keeps the liquid at the selected temp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccold View Post
    By the way, the photo is our chilled-liquid unit. The temp on the box is the water temp. With insulation we can chilled the liquid somewhat below the dew point. It can get much colder (below freezing), but if its too cold you could get condensation. We wrote our own desktop GUI that allows the user to select the water temperature and the controller board keeps the liquid at the selected temp.
    Daren, I found some neat stuff for below ambient or sub zero. I think Steve turned me on to it some time ago. It is called Dragon Skin. it is a 2 part mix of a latex/rubber like liquid that hardens in about 1/2 hour. They use it to make masks for movies and it lines the motherboard and is very effective to prevent condensation. Here is a link for dragon Skin. They have a distributor close to me and many throughout the country you can buy and have shipped.


    Dragon Skin® 10, 20, 30 Silicone Product Information | Smooth-On

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    Does it require that we use your blocks,
    or can we run these units with our current setup, and what type and size of hose are you running and hose fittings are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Does it require that we use your blocks,
    or can we run these units with our current setup, and what type and size of hose are you running and hose fittings are you using?
    With a few degree difference in temps with various blocks, I do not think it would pose much of a difference when using chilled water or phase change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Does it require that we use your blocks,
    or can we run these units with our current setup, and what type and size of hose are you running and hose fittings are you using?
    The blocks that you see on the website are our direct phase change blocks that we use with our direct phase change system. In that one we are sending refrigerant directly to the cpu and gpu using our own blocks that are made to withstand that kind of pressure and stay sealed. This is a high performance system but its a lot more elaborate and difficult to install.

    the one we are testing for production now is a different technology- our chilled-water system. It is plug-n-play to any water cooling system. So we would only sell the chiller unit by itself. All you have to do is connect with your tubing in the circuit and plug it into the computers 12v power supply. that's it. The chiller will chill the water to the temperature specified by the user on the GUI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccold View Post
    The blocks that you see on the website are our direct phase change blocks that we use with our direct phase change system. In that one we are sending refrigerant directly to the cpu and gpu using our own blocks that are made to withstand that kind of pressure and stay sealed. This is a high performance system but its a lot more elaborate and difficult to install.

    the one we are testing for production now is a different technology- our chilled-water system. It is plug-n-play to any water cooling system. So we would only sell the chiller unit by itself. All you have to do is connect with your tubing in the circuit and plug it into the computers 12v power supply. that's it. The chiller will chill the water to the temperature specified by the user on the GUI.
    Awesome!

    That means I am good to go as my system is already on full water throughout thanks for clarification on this.

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