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for 500 dollars shipped? how big of a compressor would you need and what refrigerant?

can someone show me a guide for a simple ss? i will need a compressor, condensor, evap and..?

also tools, etc.. a guide anyone?

i have some time for a project
Edited by badatgames18 - 10/10/11 at 2:53am
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To purchase you could probably find a used one in that price range.

To build... keep on dreaming. You will spend a good 2-3x that amount. The cost of tools/inexperience mostly. Check out the stickies too.
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+1 on what DD said for sure !

Seems folks are stuck on that $500.00 mark ? Ain't gonna happen for a new unit . Used and I mean USED hard and rolled up wet .... maybe $500. "Buyer beware" in that instance .

As far as parts needed . That's a wide subject with many thoughts and way's to achieve that 300 watt goal .

A 3/4 HP rotary , cap tube for the metering device , a high density ( lots of fin surface area) condenser , good .... strong fans for intake and exhaust, good , well made evap and some R507a should net you around -34C at a 300 watt load . Give or take either direction.

Now many others will chime in and give a totally different set up / opinion and that' fine . That is why this is a forum

Good tools for this Trade are an absolute necessity. Cheap crap is , well , cheap crap. Brazing gases . Brazing rods and basic hand tools are a must have . A 30 # cylinder of 507a cost me about $300 clams 6 months ago . Getting the idea now ?

However , with all the above said ... If you have a friend (s) in the HVAC/R business then they will have a lot of the tools you need and if your only building one unit then that would be the wiser choice . A good tech can teach you how to braze . Another words ... you need FRIENDS ! in the business if you go that route .

Good luck and post back . The forum and it's members are hear for ya man !!

-Flocko
Edited by flocko - 10/10/11 at 3:55pm
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+1 on what DD said for sure !

Seems folks are stuck on that $500.00 mark ? Ain't gonna happen for a new unit . Used and I mean USED hard and rolled up wet .... maybe $500. "Buyer beware" in that instance .

As far as parts needed . That's a wide subject with many thoughts and way's to achieve that 300 watt goal .

A 3/4 HP rotary , cap tube for the metering device , a high density ( lots of fin surface area) condenser , good .... strong fans for intake and exhaust, good , well made evap and some R507a should net you around -34C at a 300 watt load . Give or take either direction.

Now many others will chime in and give a totally different set up / opinion and that' fine . That is why this is a forum

Good tools for this Trade are an absolute necessity. Cheap crap is , well , cheap crap. Brazing gases . Brazing rods and basic hand tools are a must have . A 30 # cylinder of 507a cost me about $300 clams 6 months ago . Getting the idea now ?

However , with all the above said ... If you have a friend (s) in the HVAC/R business then they will have a lot of the tools you need and if your only building one unit then that would be the wiser choice . A good tech can teach you how to braze . Another words ... you need FRIENDS ! in the business if you go that route .

Good luck and post back . The forum and it's members are hear for ya man !!

-Flocko
thanks flocko.. and i know someone that can help me out with the tools.. he has everything i need iirc. i might still build, but i've found one fs

i found one for 500 used i think (i think it's in good condition), is charged for 250w only though... would that be good enough for say around 1.64-1.68v 5.7-5.6ghz on sb?

it has a Danfoss SC15CLX.2 compressor, and by the looks of it is very well built.
Edited by badatgames18 - 10/10/11 at 4:00pm
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I don't know about 6 ghz with a SB . Lofty goal u have there . Nothing wrong with that though

Most of today's and yesterday's chips will not run at 300 watts load . Most , including me like to push our units to those testing wattage's for a bit of head room . 250 watts should be fine. Even if it is not . Why not go ahead and get your feet wet . Have some fun and then move onto bigger and better when funds permit.

Nice post and Thanks for sharing it with us !

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Edited by flocko - 10/10/11 at 5:17pm
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I don't know about 6 ghz with a SB . Loft goal u have there . Nothing wrong with that though

Most of today's and yesterday's chips will not run at 300 watts load . Most , including me like to push our units to those testing wattage's for a bit of head room . 250 watts should be fine. Even if it is not . Why not go ahead and get your feet wet . Have some fun and then move onto bigger and better when funds permit.

Nice post and Thanks for sharing it with us !

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lol not 6ghz 5.6-5.7 is my goal.. binning chips right now
there are only a few 2600ks that can do 6ghz in the world..

thanks! i think i will buy instead of making it.. (save me the trouble of making costly mistakes)
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A 2600k runs much cooler compared to the 980-990x. The SB would only need a 250w tune whereas a highly oc'd 980-990x can reach close to 300w with all 12 cores maxed. Not all units must be tuned for those extremes, it all depends how the cpu will be stressed.

A new lower powered bare bones unit can be had for that price. Compressor size/temp doesn't matter much for maxing out a SB. If sounds levels and power consumption are a concern then go small, 1/6-1/3hp. If you plan to use it on other cpu's and don't mind noise then go big, 3/4-1hp. That Danfoss SC15CLX.2 unit, if tuned for a true 250w will be more than enough for your 2600k.
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build it for a 990x... it wont let you down ever using on a lesser CPU/TDP
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build it for a 990x... it wont let you down ever using on a lesser CPU/TDP
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