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should i try use just the end cap and see how it goes?

main reason i dont wanna drop $100+ on a pot straight off the bat?
because i wanna give it a try before haha
$20 v $100 pot that has a 50% chance of not being used more then once.
if i like it ill get 1 milled (: but yeah

if i got made the pot. how could i connect the bottom together? would i have to braze it?
also how wide should the base be? ( for s478/s775. ) even though idk how ima mount on s478 haha
    
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should i try use just the end cap and see how it goes?

main reason i dont wanna drop $100+ on a pot straight off the bat?
because i wanna give it a try before haha
$20 v $100 pot that has a 50% chance of not being used more then once.
if i like it ill get 1 milled (: but yeah

if i got made the pot. how could i connect the bottom together? would i have to braze it?
also how wide should the base be? ( for s478/s775. ) even though idk how ima mount on s478 haha
I'd try the cheap route if its your first time...then if you think you need a better one have one milled then keep your cheep one for NB cooling
for a s478 i think 1 1/8" in diameter will do
for mounting use a wood or a thick aluminum...
Im making one out of 1" plastic rubber chopping board
    
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If you want to go cheap, buy some copper bb's and fill the base with them. It should provide more mass and surface area.
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I'd try the cheap route if its your first time...then if you think you need a better one have one milled then keep your cheep one for NB cooling
for a s478 i think 1 1/8" in diameter will do
for mounting use a wood or a thick aluminum...
Im making one out of 1" plastic rubber chopping board
alright cheers that sounds good (:
would 1" be alright?
or 1.5"? wide.
and pretty sure got a bit of wood lying around that i culd cut up.

thinking about it. with just having the cap. it doesnt leave much area, for the mounting bracket to hold onto ): would a few mm do? with the bracket snug on the copper pipe.

and how tall should the copper pipe be? (:


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If you want to go cheap, buy some copper bb's and fill the base with them. It should provide more mass and surface area.
alright sweet ill see what i can track down (:
    
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alright cheers that sounds good (:
would 1" be alright?
or 1.5"? wide.
and pretty sure got a bit of wood lying around that i culd cut up.

thinking about it. with just having the cap. it doesnt leave much area, for the mounting bracket to hold onto ): would a few mm do? with the bracket snug on the copper pipe.

and how tall should the copper pipe be? (:

1" would be fine as long as the material can hold 30lbs of pressure when you tighten it down.
try putting a (zip tie, or a cable tie) then wrap it around with electrical tape...thats what i did)
I think 6" to 8" would be fine.....as your not really need to fill the pipe with a lot of dice....
I use 2 Tbsp. (spoon full) to start with...then just add gradually as needed...
(this is like cooking)... I only put 4 to 6Tbsp.. if im running Vantage @ 5Ghz
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try putting a (zip tie, or a cable tie) then wrap it around with electrical tape...thats what i did)
I think 6" to 8" would be fine.....as your not really need to fill the pipe with a lot of dice....
I use 2 Tbsp. (spoon full) to start with...then just add gradually as needed...
(this is like cooking)... I only put 4 to 6Tbsp.. if im running Vantage @ 5Ghz
no i mean like where the wood presses down on the the copper cap.
theirs like 2 - 3mm max.

maby if i put something around it?
    
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no i mean like where the wood presses down on the the copper cap.
theirs like 2 - 3mm max.

maby if i put something around it?
yup wrap it around with a zip tie or a cable tie then electrical tape...
just tighten the electrical tape...attch. pic for sample
This will hold your pot as you tighten your retention bracket
    
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yup wrap it around with a zip tie or a cable tie then electrical tape...
just tighten the electrical tape...attch. pic for sample
This will hold your pot as you tighten your retention bracket
ahk cheers. thanks for that
    
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You could always mod a copper based heatsink or copper waterblock into the base of a DICE pot. Just buy/find a copper based heatsink or a copper waterblock and then use that as the base of your DICE pot

You'd have to find a square or round piece of pipe to fit the heatsink or waterblock base into and braze it into place and make it watertight - but it shouldn't cost more then $40 all up.

This was done buy quite a few ppl years ago who wanted to have some fun with DICE before milled dice pots became commonly available to the masses.

I've seen results around of anywhere from -30C to -50C from these kinds of DIY heatsink/waterblock DICE pots - good enough for a weekend of fun without the expense of a full blown DICE pot
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You could always mod a copper based heatsink or copper waterblock into the base of a DICE pot. Just buy/find a copper based heatsink or a copper waterblock and then use that as the base of your DICE pot

You'd have to find a square or round piece of pipe to fit the heatsink or waterblock base into and braze it into place and make it watertight - but it shouldn't cost more then $40 all up.

This was done buy quite a few ppl years ago who wanted to have some fun with DICE before milled dice pots became commonly available to the masses.

I've seen results around of anywhere from -30C to -50C from these kinds of DIY heatsink/waterblock DICE pots - good enough for a weekend of fun without the expense of a full blown DICE pot
yup...that was the idea so the available HSF i have is from Intel quad and AMD...i had the AMD as a base and intel was weld on top of the base then copper pipe... i get -71 to -68 on 1055T in the bios but on my new setup (1090T, crosshair IV) i get only -31 on the bios
    
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