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There is no need for insulation in a normal slush box with ice. The water is not cold enough to form condensation.
BS.. Ice water is colder than air = condensation
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BS.. Ice water is colder than air = condensation
Yeah... His response made me
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BS.. Ice water is colder than air = condensation
haha yeah.. anyways..

so u froze ur shut-off valve from just a slush bucket O.O! didnt know they had that much kick xD

mmmmm :] might have a look around for some stuff n give it a try....

AHHH need a pump! D:
    
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haha yeah.. anyways..

so u froze ur shut-off valve from just a slush bucket O.O! didnt know they had that much kick xD

mmmmm :] might have a look around for some stuff n give it a try....

AHHH need a pump! D:
That wasn't a slush bucket lol
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That wasn't a slush bucket lol
>.< was gonna say... hahaha

so that was chilled? or? :/ lol chiller ahhhh
    
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>.< was gonna say... hahaha

so that was chilled? or? :/ lol chiller ahhhh
But did you get a look at the insulation? That's what you have to do to prevent condensation from ruining your board.
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But did you get a look at the insulation? That's what you have to do to prevent condensation from ruining your board.
yeah

but what do u put around the cpu socket?
    
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yeah

but what do u put around the cpu socket?
A =

Prepped 780i





Prepped GAX48-DQ6


then add lots of towels on and around components..like so:






* I used a PA120.3 in a acetone bath, with DICE..as well as re-enforced tubing [necessary to prevent kinks once the tubing is insulated] and acetone in-loop. It is important to have an open/vented res for chillers like this, as the fluid will rapidly expand and contract once it swings from ambient-> -0 and then back to ambient once you finished and warmed up. I was able to hold a Q6600 in the low -40c range under load at 4.5ghz and a E8400 in the high -50c range at 5.4ghz ..the chillers really shine for GPU's though.
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thanks a heap..

ill have a look out for some.. idears where to get it? hobby store? :/
    
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hobby/crafts stores.. you can use shop towels and soft foam if you have any as well.. like this too:

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