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The Worlds largest PC Radiators bigger than the MO-RA3!! Excessive Insanity at its finest!!! The 3 I am going to USE!!!




Picture from the front of them!!!



Picture from the Side of one of them



A picture from the top of one of them



Another Picture of the 3 of them!!!

Actually these are radiators to cool 4 Cat 3516A's that are driving a 1140KW 600v Generator!!!

this provides the power for our drilling rig.

Gotcha biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

Mother of God.
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And the last set of pictures of this amazing PSU....





Again see how well packaged it is.



Look at the length of this PSU.



And the Width...



The front with all the connections labeled by type and rail if you want multiply rails..



One Side giving the specifications



Top top with a big handle and a on/off switch.



The nice looking top with the Name and wattage



Bottom side with serial number



And the Dip switches you have to set depending on if you want 1 rail or multiply rails...


Now this is taking it out of the package and it is Excessive Insanity
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You show us boxes of goodies, but not the goodies within! why you tease us so?


Now no more teasing i completely stripped this box and it is ready to do what I want with..... biggrin.gif
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Now no more teasing i completely stripped this box and it is ready to do what I want with..... biggrin.gif


He Seross how do you do this wen you are on a rig at see!!. tongue.gif
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Excessive Power a EVGA Super Nova 1500 watt PSU.. Hope this will have enough power to power my Rig biggrin.gif

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He Seross how do you do this wen you are on a rig at see!!. tongue.gif

Well TATH we have internet access and I take a bunch of pictures of everything when I unbox it and all along. bring them to work and then slowly up load them!!!
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He takes pics before he leaves and gives them to us in a trickle sort of flow.
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Excessive Power a EVGA Super Nova 1500 watt PSU.. Hope this will have enough power to power my Rig biggrin.gif
Well TATH we have internet access and I take a bunch of pictures of everything when I unbox it and all along. bring them to work and then slowly up load them!!!

Oke cool "so you got something to do in the evening. thumb.gif
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Oke cool "so you got something to do in the evening. thumb.gif

Dman811 is right and you are too this gives me something to do after work since I don't watch TV.....
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Probably buried in everything above, but what did you decide regarding fan control etc? Koolance or Aquacomputer or maybe it's something really cool that I don't even know about?
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Probably buried in everything above, but what did you decide regarding fan control etc? Koolance or Aquacomputer or maybe it's something really cool that I don't even know about?

I have them both and I am going to try them on the bench and see what one I like the best. I am thinking I will go with the Aquacomputer AQ5 but time will tell for sure.

Also if anybody has any experience with the Koolance Controller I would love to find some information on it. Up to date information please...
Edited by seross69 - 6/6/13 at 7:07pm
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