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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...
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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.
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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.
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    Hi Guys. I will be starting a new thread where I will post more info about the product and would like to pose some questions to you as experts and our target market. Any reply are appreciated. ...
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    You are correct that the chiller takes the place of the rad.

    Price- unknown at this time. Would be great to hear what you guys think people would pay for the increased performance. I know you...
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    Rads will not help our product, it will only hurt it. When you use a rad you are blowing ambient temp air into the water. The water output from the CPU/GPU blocks is still way below ambient, so if...
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    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...
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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...
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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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    Check out our website for more info: http://www.compucold.com

    Plug and play chilled liquid unit

    http://compucold.com/index.html/images/chilled_liquid.jpg

    Installed chilled liquid system...
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