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  1. Thread: Photos

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    You are right about that. We had a supermicro server in the shop running on air cooling and the fans from the server drowned out the noise from the compressor on the system next to it. it wasn't...
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    BTW, if any gamers out there are interested in testing our live broadcasting site, go to www.allcast.com, open and account, and download the toolbar. We are currently open for free beta accounts. ...
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    The compressor has some noise but not bad. The compressor is variable speed, so it gets louder when more cooling is needed, and will turn off when water reaches desired temp. There are plenty of...
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    Hi all. We had some issues internally in the company. Our chief engineer had to leave the company and it put a pause on the project until we were able to find someone to replace him. About 3 weeks...
  5. Re: Looking for overclockers in Boston and South Florida areas

    yes, I think you brought it up before. Take a look at Social Network - ALLCAST. This is a site my other company is developing, currently in beta. At first for gamers, but later for other purposes....
  6. Re: Looking for overclockers in Boston and South Florida areas

    Ok thanks for the offer. I have 4 PCs in my office right now so that would not be a problem. I'm leaving town on Thursday for a week. Let me know if you have some time earlier in the week. I can...
  7. Re: Looking for overclockers in Boston and South Florida areas

    Would love to meet you in person. We are 3 hours south of Orlando. Let me know when you are coming.
  8. Re: Looking for overclockers in Boston and South Florida areas

    Thanks Mybadomen for reaching out. We decided not to move forward with "in house testing". Instead we are now building the first 5 prototypes that we are going to send to reviewers, including...
  9. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Dont hold me to it, but I'm pushing for 3-4 weeks to get the first 5 built. one of these will have your name on it.
  10. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Thanks. BTW, new 3 drive bay design is now testing. I'll keep you guys updated. So far working very nicely. I hope to get one built for DrDeath for review soon.
  11. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Thanks man. I appreciate the support. Keep in mind that they are a general appliance magazine, and they are not overclockers. But we still appreciate the recognition. Especially considering the...
  12. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    We are proud to announce that the chiller unit we showed at CES won a bronze metal in the Appliance Design magazine annual EID awards electronics catagory. For the write up: 25th Annual EID: Bronze...
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    Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Coming soon. We are testing the new prototype of the drive bay unit and will get units built ASAP thereafter for reviewers. The great guys at PureOC will be first on our list.
  14. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    This thing doubles as an aquarium cooler :)
  15. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Here are the performance stats as promised. http://www.compucold.com/index.html/Compucold_testing(charts).pdf
  16. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    13"(L) x 7"(W) x 5" (H)



    We considered vertical, but were trying to use as few drive bays as possible.



    You are correct sir. we use r134a.
  17. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Not that hot since there is decent air flow, but we would rather have the exhaust in a place that is easy exit from the case and not trap the heat in the case. Also better to have the intake coming...
  18. Thread: Photos

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    Correct. The phase change is like a mini AC unit, but instead of chilling air is chills the water. It acts more like a cold water drinking fountain.
  19. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    This brings up another point. the air intake has to be on one side and the exhaust on the other. If you assume a rectangular box for the chiller, would you prefer the intake and exhaust to be on...
  20. Re: More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Good point. Any feedback from others appreciated.
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    Re: Welcome Conpucold

    Yes we have our own desktop GUI for temp control.
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    Re: Welcome Conpucold

    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.
  23. Thread: Photos

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    No problem. New thread is up. More stats to come.
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    Our chiller does not have a pump. Any pump will work.
  25. More Compucold info, stats, questions to the community

    Hi again. Grumpydaddy asked me to post more info on the function of the product.

    We showed 2 consumer products at CES in Vegas last Jan. One of them was a direct phase change unit that uses...
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