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From reading the forums I see that "Cooler Express" can not be relied upon. So can anyone tell me who if anyone makes a 3 stage unit. I can't afford 3 unless I go with OCZ and then it would take up so much room. I know someone that has many years of refridgeration experence and I have access to a metal fab shop. I could build my own but would rather buy one.

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Three stage?

The only way your going to get one of those is dropping like $2000+ to one of the big guys (Chilly1, Fugger, PC-ICE) to get one of those along with the $300 shipping bill.

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The OCZ phase changer is only 1 stage.

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The OCZ phase changer is only 1 stage.
When's the OCZ coming out anyways? I'm sure my Opteron would love it.

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The OCZ phase changer is only 1 stage.
Yes but I could buy 3 of them.

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Yes but I could but 3 of them.
How much is that gunna cost? $3000? $2500? $4000?
You planning on winning the lottery any time soon?
You would also need to extent the other 2 unit's evap neck, in order for it to reach the other components. Also, where you going to put all 3 of those units, stack em' on top of each other?
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How much is that gunna cost? $3000? $2500? $4000?
You planning on winning the lottery any time soon?
You would also need to extent the other 2 unit's evap neck, in order for it to reach the other components. Also, where you going to put all 3 of those units, stack em' on top of each other?
Haven't you heard yet, OCZ will soon be selling these units for around $300.
http://blog.hypexr.org/?p=123
http://www.ocztechnology.com/newsletter/
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/282/1/
I can modify them to work however needed.

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I don't think you mean 3 Stage dude, you mean a Triple Evap phase change system.

To make it worth while you'd probably need to go for a high capacity unit, the unit would need to be custom built, i'd recommend it being built by Chilly1, PC-ICE or Fugger, these guy's can be found at Xtreme Systems.

It'll probably cost you like $900 - $1200 USD but it'll be worth it if that's the way you want to go.

As for the OCZ Unit's... They have a cheap compressor and are very low capacity unit's, they were designed by Chilly1 and also use his evap's but because they are low cost, mass produced unit's they will only achieve -10 -15c.
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Max 3x OCZ Cryo-Zs will cost is ~$900, minimum it will cost is ~$600.

List of updates to do by summer: (1) New PSU: Seasonic S12 600W, (2) New OCZ Phase change or WC, (3) Sleeve cables: white, (4) 1 More 12" CCFL, (5) Some dremel action: circular side window

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I don't think you mean 3 Stage dude, you mean a Triple Evap phase change system.

To make it worth while you'd probably need to go for a high capacity unit, the unit would need to be custom built, i'd recommend it being built by Chilly1, PC-ICE or Fugger, these guy's can be found at Xtreme Systems.

It'll probably cost you like $900 - $1200 USD but it'll be worth it if that's the way you want to go.

As for the OCZ Unit's... They have a cheap compressor and are very low capacity unit's, they were designed by Chilly1 and also use his evap's but because they are low cost, mass produced unit's they will only achieve -10 -15c.
That's just speculation. Let's wait until it actually comes out.

List of updates to do by summer: (1) New PSU: Seasonic S12 600W, (2) New OCZ Phase change or WC, (3) Sleeve cables: white, (4) 1 More 12" CCFL, (5) Some dremel action: circular side window

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