Well looking at it, it seems Moltar purchased the Phase from NCspec for 275 and came up on the sale to me pricing it at 300$
but i came up on him as well, considering I traded him my BNIB 5870 Vapor-X I purchased for 444$ on sale from newegg + 170$ on his side. Shipping was 40$ though
Well, I am not to fearful of it. I am a good learner, I understand the concept of a phase change and negative energy principal, as well as speaking to the Hussman commercial refrigerator employees at my recent jobsite about how the whole system works. I am still unclear on how the compressor moves a solid though. I also feel Jinu has made a good unit, and as long as it has not been trashed I should be under the "properly designed" category eliminating the fear of flood back...unless i were to stupidly leave it running with no load like mentioned.
Could you elaborate on what CPEV means. I don't even know what that is an acronym for.
If you know what G-Frost is as well, like NCspec mentioned in his original FS thread, could you please share that with me as well? I'd like to learn as much as possible about the world of phase change cooling, just like i NEED to know how anything works that I come in contact with
Originally Posted by Veltri
Good deal you got there. I think the flood-back fear monster has been released. Flood-back is a massive problem, no doubt, but a tuned rig operated by a knowledgeable person will be fine.
I would like to see a CPEV rig, though. That would be cool. I still contend that a small load right before the compressor will boil any remaining refrigerant and keep the compressor safe. You load could be automated or manual, whatever.