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post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
How do these Dimastech units look? Particularly the basic EVO model which goes for 460€. Very attractive price when put side by side with the Little Devil which goes for over 800€.

I read on a news item that it promises -45c temps at 150W load, so I guess it should be able to handle 300W at around -30c just like the LD unit?
Edited by Fulvin - 5/15/13 at 12:59am
post #2 of 15
I would try emailing him: info@dimastech.it

But that does seem reasonable, nice choice. I have my eyes set on the Evo Beast, maybe controlled, for if I ever go phase. biggrin.gif

I would guess that it could do 300W @ -25-30 range, that seems about right.
Edited by Halo_003 - 5/15/13 at 7:04am
post #3 of 15
Thread Starter 
Thanks, I'll mail him.

It's kinda weird how they lack any kind of info what so ever on the website. Though, the quality should be top notch seeing how nice benches they make. Considering getting one of those as well, if I end up ordering stuff from them. biggrin.gif

Just wondering where the extra 100€ comes from with the BEAST.
post #4 of 15
Yeah the quality should be great. If I remember right then the Beast is just a more powerful phase setup, I think it handles higher loads and lower temps but I'm not 100% sure.
post #5 of 15
Unrelated, but I really want a phase changer unit, now. Screw watercooling - phase changing FTW smile.gif

Now, if I only had money...
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post #6 of 15
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Originally Posted by briddell View Post

Unrelated, but I really want a phase changer unit, now. Screw watercooling - phase changing FTW smile.gif

Now, if I only had money...

It's not that much more than a good watercooling loop either. Way back in 2010 when I first got my WC gear I spent like $550 or so. For me to get a really nice phase with shipping from Dimas it'd run me like $900, but put me at -50C.
post #7 of 15
If its rated for 150W, it will do 150W +/- about 20% at most.
That is the way this works.
Unlike a heatsink or water loop, there is not an infinite amount of capacity that simply changes across a temperature range.
Instead, there is a rated load that SHOULD NOT BE EXCEEDED.

I hope this helps.
post #8 of 15
Thread Starter 
That's news to me. I sent him an email regarding that, so now we'll just wait for a response.

If it really does hold only 150W max, then for what would that even be sufficient for? I bet you can draw more than that even with IB.
post #9 of 15
Because Dimastech was making systems back in single core dual core days, and I think you've just found his old site or what not.
post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 
Did you check the site? It seems to be alive and active alright.

Found the specs of the EVO when I switched the site language back to Italy:

Prestazioni:
  • temperature rilevate dall’evaporatore, 150w a -45°C, 200w a -31°C

Specifiche Tecniche:
  • Compressore 1/2 cavallo Aspera

The EVO Beast seems to have a 3/4 HP compressor.
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