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post #11 of 14
You mean to mod the system itself then.
As it is your systems in the -20C to -30C evaporator temperatures with high load, the display is that deceptive. A modded system can handle higher loads and can improve temperatures as well, but normally 5-10C, and actually being able to handle a quad core is the goal.
To go to -70C to -100C requires a much more complex system, either a cascade, or autocascade.
post #12 of 14
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You mean to mod the system itself then.
As it is your systems in the -20C to -30C evaporator temperatures with high load, the display is that deceptive. A modded system can handle higher loads and can improve temperatures as well, but normally 5-10C, and actually being able to handle a quad core is the goal.
To go to -70C to -100C requires a much more complex system, either a cascade, or autocascade.
I see...you what I have now with the jin mod is tops.....I would like to get a qx9770 &/or the up and coming Nephalem cpu quad 3.2ghz....and run it loaded at -75 or to run 24/7 @ 4.8 to 5 Ghz...

If I were to do any sort of mod in phase this is what I would want.
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i dont know any thing about phase but i do know this 4ghz with 1.55 vore is about ~230watts + at full load, and it take a lot to cool that. i max out on water @ 3.9. i really doubt that your going to get -75c with a unit like that. its too small. i agree with NOL. the best you should see is prolly closer to -20. also pretty much any thing over 4.5 24/7 isnt good for a chip.
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post #14 of 14
If you wanted to keep it single stage sized, you'd need a full new unit, but an autocascade would give you temperatures to what you'd like. Not a very cheap unit, $1000 or so is what I did my last one for a customer for. And thats around -60C load on a quad.

Again the temperature sensor you have is so invalid and off, it's not even funny.
Vapochill used a thermoresistor that was rated for 200C to 50C, and its completely inaccuarte below zero. They did this so that you think your getting -70C and it looked "better".
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