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post #81 of 182 (permalink) Old 12-18-2011, 06:37 PM
 
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it gets cold..

 

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thought i would post a couple pics of getting the pot insulated up... 

*I use my own method.. tried/true.

 I start with a layer of shop towel.. which is wrapped/masking taped tightly to the pot
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..then start adding your choice of insulating wrap.. and/or sleeve. Due to the size of the Marksman, I choose some Frost king wrap..

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...2x overlapped layers.. with seams 180 from each other..nicely trimmed..

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..ready for mount and outer-sleeve [to catch moisture run-off/build-up] ...

*Pre-testing today, on EP45-UD3R with E8500 @ 5.7+


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More in-bound today..

*pics taken using HTC Vivid

did you mod that GPU (last pic) or did it come like that. with those two caps sticking out. I'm assuming you modded it, but it is a very old card, so idk.

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yes.. its mod'd.. I dont own a GPU that has not met with my Hakko station yet.. wink.gif

 

*its a 3870... with some extra's you could say..

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this is prepped for LN.. I took off most of the 2ndary caps for now.. as its running on stock cooler/volts at the moment. * caps are great for high mem clocks though!



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I'd be interested in purchasing one of these, feel free to PM me the price - comparatively speaking though, in general terms of performance - how does this compare to other pots as a first timer would I be better off just buying a 2nd hand unit?
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I'd be interested in purchasing one of these, feel free to PM me the price - comparatively speaking though, in general terms of performance - how does this compare to other pots as a first timer would I be better off just buying a 2nd hand unit?

This thing is top of the line. I would put it in the "Pepsi Challenge" with any other pot on the market.


For a first timer, it's not going to be cheap. No official market price yet. All I can say is it's the finest copper you can buy and they are made by one of the finest manufactures you can find.

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This thing is top of the line. I would put it in the "Pepsi Challenge" with any other pot on the market.
For a first timer, it's not going to be cheap. No official market price yet. All I can say is it's the finest copper you can buy and they are made by one of the finest manufactures you can find.

Thankyou Pizzaman makes me feel special ha ha

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I would like to add.. that for a 2x piece pot.. it performs like a 5kg 1x piece...

ie - note idle temps in the pics below.. both running:

 

 

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*used same temp probe- calibrated at 100c with .4c accuracy 

 

Pic #1 - Duniek Full copper - 1x piece 4.2kg CPU pot :

-max idle temp recorded with 3x mounts: -67c

-average idle temp recorded with 3x mounts: -65c

 

 

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Pic #2 - OCN Marksman - 2x piece 2.3kg CPU pot :

-max idle temp recorded with 3x mounts: -74c

-average idle temp recorded with 3x mounts: -70c

 

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 Load temps under 32mil Prime:

 

4.2kg Duniek : average -61c

2.3kg Marksman : average -66c

 

 

 *what I will try to show from the below pics, is the weight/amount of DI to get those temps... the Marksman allowed me to stretch out the cooling more, using less DI to keep stable temps. Holding temps/delta was around 3-4c with the Marksman... NOT that much different from the Duniek pot... 

 

*the but - benching with the Marksman, was "unattended" ... as in... no 'baby sitting' the pot while running shorter 2D benchies at all! Using the Duniek, I would have to 'spoon feed' it every 10-15s while benching no matter what the sort of load, to keep the delta to a 3-4c range. OCN's Marksman will hold that same range all on its own... thumbsupsmiley.png

 

 

Shown in pic - Duniek pot holding -64c idle temp *note* the amount of DI in the CPU pot.. (i apologize for not having a more direct photo, with the same rig..forgot to take this pic, so substituting with this one i found in my album)

 

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Shown in pic: OCN Marksman holding -66c load temp  running 32mil wprime *note* amount of DI in CPU pot..

 

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 Overall - It is a great joy as a DI bencher to use the Marksman! My Duniek gobbles up a 8lb block of DI in around 4-5hrs of 2D benching.. Using the Marksman this last session, I completed the same round of tests... pushed an improved on some of them... found limits and finished the bench session with about 2lb's left in the cooler.. total of 6.8hrs time spent. Thats 25% less DI used for roughly 35% longer bench session... thats a win in my book any day.. for me and my wallet! applaud.gif

 

 I really cant wait to see how it holds loads much colder, next month..  I will be looking to record full pot temps, benching AMD cheers.gif ..will be first time for me -0 with AMD too.. very anxious.



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Looking very good:).

Think I gotta try to get hold of one (then sell the pot I allredy have)...... biggrin.gif

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