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They weigh a bit over 5 lbs and have 99% pure copper so they have pretty much the best heat transfer coefficient possible. That's why it's so pricey wink.gif

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Here's another thread on XS
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?282269-Marksman-CPU-pot-impressed!!

very cool! thanks guys.. i was gonna consider it as my next pot.. now im seriously thinking about posting my Gemini in the FS forum and getting one right now thumb.gif
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very cool! thanks guys.. i was gonna consider it as my next pot.. now im seriously thinking about posting my Gemini in the FS forum and getting one right now thumb.gif

Let me know if you are serious about selling. Lol
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If you can afford it, it would be awesome if you could get both of them for a comparison.

A good comparison would be:
(All on a 5GHz Ivy)
  • From ambient, how long does it take each to pull all the way down?
  • What is the coldest temperature possible?
  • Let the pot run out of LN2 at the coldest temperature and start WPrime 1024M. What is the temperature at the very end of the bench?

And then some opinions on how well it holds temperatures, ease of mounting/dismounting, and all that cool stuff.
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If you can afford it, it would be awesome if you could get both of them for a comparison.
A good comparison would be:
(All on a 5GHz Ivy)
  • From ambient, how long does it take each to pull all the way down?
  • What is the coldest temperature possible?
  • Let the pot run out of LN2 at the coldest temperature and start WPrime 1024M. What is the temperature at the very end of the bench?
And then some opinions on how well it holds temperatures, ease of mounting/dismounting, and all that cool stuff.
good point. right now i cant afford the marksman without liquidating the gemini.. maybe ill hold on to the gemini until end of the month when i get more stipend money.. then i can grab the marksman and run it through some tests.. hopefully the marksman will come out on top and then i can post the gemini in FS forum to recoup some costs
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i think the ryba-sf3d pots are the most economical iirc ... ill contact them and see what the current price with shipping is
Unless they changed their prices since Nov of last year, ryba quoted me like $295 shipped to the states. F1 Dark cost me $290, and I ended up going with it because I liked the single peice construction and Vince offered me lots of free closed cell foam insulation, which I badly needed. Also, the infection point only weights 4.6lb, while the F1 weights (I believe) a little over the marksman. Gvien it is the same price as the F1, I would not call it the "most economical". And then the marksman weights 5lb+ and costs $295, so you tell me which is better wink.gif

Depending on how much de8aur is charging for shipping ($225 before shipping), his fusion pot would be the most economical I think, even weights more than the inflection pot rolleyes.gif

The marksman is definitely the best multipurpose pot though. Great on LN2 and awesome on DICE, much better than the F1 (though gappo never seems to care when I mention it tongue.gif). Can't go wrong with one pot for everything thumb.gif
Edited by just_nuke_em - 8/2/12 at 9:10pm
    
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right.. like i said, "if i recall correctly.." lol.
it gets hard to remember all the different prices ive been quoted in emails and PMs. I spent a good few months shopping around before i bought my pot from vince. but yeah i thought ryba quoted me low $200's about 2 months ago, i must be mistaken
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If anyone is looking for a cheap starter pot & kneadable eraser here is your chance! Great for a first time DICE pot wink.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1307870/duniek-dice-pot-kneadable-eraser/0_20
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So how about now? All the items listed are no longer available anywhere.
post #189 of 206
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So how about now? All the items listed are no longer available anywhere.

right now if your looking for something cheap your best bet is to get a DimasTech Eco pot they are 99eu before shipping and currently the cheapest you can get a new pot

although with shipping fees unless your across the pond your best bet is a used one here in the states

as for insulation i know myself and a few others order from here
Edited by racer86 - 12/7/12 at 9:38am
post #190 of 206
great thread bassplayer. thumb.gif
as a beginner i am going start off with some AMD CPU's as a starting point? i guess the cold bug suffered by intel has me a bit concerend as to how to control the temps (with Ln2 that is). maybe concerned is not the right word, but like not sure how to get around the bug. maybe start with DICE thinking.gif

anyway, i have ordered a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 to start with and the tid bits, just need a pot still. looking forward to starting benching some AMD CPU's first up. smile.gif
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