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post #21 of 49
Heh... A $1000+ case at that.
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post #22 of 49
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Wow, quite a few post I didn't realize
Clarifying few things... I think most of question has been answered on sladesurfer's generous copy and paste there. Thank you.
Condenser is actually custom designed for my use and manufacutred in small qty (100-200 at a time). There were bit of price increase in general line by $20-25 due to change of few components which one of them being better compressor than what was used. (Basically compressor do cost me more than it used to now)
Tuning for quad core is finalizing right now as right now some quad core CPU can eat most phase unit out there like snack... Around 1.65v or so. But for dual core customer, added benefit will be better temperature across range except no load condtion.
Also in few months, you should be able to see pre-made system in e-tailers hopefully as arrangements are being made. In the mean time, I offer the service direct to customer if you have contacted me. (and custom jobs such as modification of unit, cascade, some unique design will come to me of course directly)
Few other things are in pipe line as well and hopefully I can keep making my customers happy and have strong relationship with overclocking community which I always loved to.
And shipping, yes packing + shipping comes out around $100. Actual shipping being $45-55 and packing $50. If you have seen my packing though, you will see why it cost that much to pack One of my motto. Better safe than sorry
post #23 of 49
Jinu117 I have a mach 1 which needs some attention. The original wrap on the tube which protected it from condensation had failed which then ate my video card, Im now back to air cooling which sucks. I see you do repairs and people recommend you. I was wondering if you would be willing to repair my old mach I and perhaps upgrade its cooling capacity. Id contact you by email but the site wouldnt let me, you can pm me or contact me by email through my username. Let me know if your interested.
post #24 of 49
Wow you have definitely put your time in to make these units!! where do you find the time to make 100-200 at a time!!
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post #25 of 49
I've got a quick question about the noise level:

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Noiselevel: Considered quieter than the WKPP
I'm currently using a VapoChill LS and I was wondering how the noise levels of the WKPP compare with that of the LS, and is there a significant difference in noise reduction with the compressor you use vs. the LS compressor?

Oh, and very impressive build quality, as usual.
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post #26 of 49
Quote:
Originally Posted by NUEN775 View Post
I've got a quick question about the noise level:



I'm currently using a VapoChill LS and I was wondering how the noise levels of the WKPP compare with that of the LS, and is there a significant difference in noise reduction with the compressor you use vs. the LS compressor?

Oh, and very impressive build quality, as usual.
He can tune it. If you want better performance, you get more noise, vise versa.
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post #27 of 49
I personally wouldnt consider Jinu117 unless you like wandering if and when you will get your product.Im at 3 months and still dont have an estimated build time.Long time when someone else is playing with your money.
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post #28 of 49
Looks like he flew the coup. (or however you spell the chicken kind of that word....*****)
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got overloaded... i guess. too bad
    
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I've also been unable to contact him about a v2000 build... too bad, I might just end up going H2O
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