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Thanks alot man, this is like crack, it's addicting but I don't do drugs
powerful computers ARE a drug. :-P
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powerful computers ARE a drug. :-P
more like pron! i always come to this thread just to look thru for great builds!
    
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post #693 of 105854
My latest water cooling adventure.

I give you.....the Patchpot.

Custom LN2 pot/waterblock/reservoir designed by me and crafted by Duniek.



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post #695 of 105854
updated.

hey, patch, care to explain a little more what is going on there? It it actually LN2 flowing through the tubes or is it like CL3P20 did with the acetone?
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That looks just like a watercooling loop utilizing a LN2 pot as a Waterblock, it should yeild better temps though im not sure about the flow through one of those concidering it's made for evaporating Nitrogene

Edit: Patch I soooo envy your GPU
post #697 of 105854
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That looks just like a watercooling loop utilizing a LN2 pot as a Waterblock, it should yeild better temps though im not sure about the flow through one of those concidering it's made for evaporating Nitrogene
^^^ that is what's going on.

I don't know about the temps since the rig is setup for liquid nitrogen and I don't have any monitoring software on the hard drives. But they might not be bad. The base has much more copper mass than a standard H20 block and it's crafted as a "pyramid" with a horizontal and vertical matrix of holes drilled for a lot of surface area. Here's a thread about the container. With the tubes on opposite ends the water should be traveling around and through the pyramid of copper.

Anyway, it's really just a curiosity with some practical applications for extreme benchers.

I wouldn't use it long term anyway because of the galvanic corrosion it would cause in my radiator (pot is a copper base with an aluminum shaft).
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powerful computers ARE a drug. :-P
And modding them to make them look sexy is addictive
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And modding them to make them look sexy is addictive
Hell yeah it is!
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Hey thread master I am named twice in the list Thanks for all the love by I think the pics just may need to added to my first name. I am number 76. & 123.
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