Originally Posted by madboy
FIRST - Sorry for my bad English
What are best components for a single stage for cooling Core I7 ~ 250 watta
I find best parts for SS cooling this processor, but I am not very familiar.
Please, help me with model / marks me the necessary parts.
I hope you understand me, Thank you
Condenser, compressor, evaporator, suction line, cap tube, and the filter/ drier is all that is required for a basic single stage and some copper tubes(1/4 -1/2 inch) refrigerant(obviously), but you can go more advance and go into txv(thermostatic expansion valve's) and accumulators and such.
But to me it sounds like your a beginner. Do you even have an EPA 608 licence yet? 99.9% of places require you to have a licence to purchase any refrigerant, although some will sell you r134a, and trust me when i say r134a will not make a very good direct die cooler, you'll want r507 or 402a or something equivalent.
Btw do you have any tools? you'll need a wielding set of some sort(propane torch would work, but it'd be slow), recovery device, vacuum pump, manifold capable of the refrigerant your using, and basic tools and stuff like pipe cutters, pipe benders, safety goggles and stuff.
If your are a complete beginner you REALLY NEED TO read the sticky's on xtremesystems. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...y.php?f=80HVAC
is a good hobby/ job but can be extremely dangerous if you have no idea what your doing. As you are dealing with high pressure refrigerants that can also easily suffocate you, and high voltage (120volt+).
If you got any questions feel free to ask, and please ask, i am no hvac pro but i know the basics. This can be deadly, i have a friend that was in hvac for seesh over 15 years now and a few years back a compressor he was servicing filled with r507 exploded completely drenching him with refrigerant, was out for 3 months for recovery, even a pro can get killed by this.
Btw listen to what NOL has to say, He's been building some high quilty, and yet low priced units over the past few years.