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hmmmm, getting into uncharted teritory here lol ok so i grasp the context of CB and CBB with intel. ok so when you say like "pulling the pot back down" i am not sure what your trying to say. also when you guys say mass pot, is this refering to the volume of the pot? I.E so AMD can handle a full pot, i take it that means filling the pot up with Ln2 to the top? So use use of a temp probe to monitor temps i understand.. now is the amount of Ln2 in the pot is proportional to temps?


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"pulling the pot down" means pulling down temperature.

Some pots are more responsive than others therefore making it difficult to maintain a certain temperature.

AMD can handle a "full pot" because there is no cb/cbb therefore meaning you can continuously pour LN2 in the pot and not have to worry about getting too cold.

The amount of LN2 is proportional to the temps directly, the more you pour the colder it gets:p

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"pulling the pot down" means pulling down temperature.
Some pots are more responsive than others therefore making it difficult to maintain a certain temperature

AMD can handle a "full pot" because there is no cb/cbb therefore meaning you can continuously pour LN2 in the pot and not have to worry about getting too cold.

The amount of LN2 is proportional to the temps directly, the more you pour the colder it gets:p

ahh thanks i am starting to get more of a grasp on this smile.gif

im still undecided from one of the kingpin series or the marksman confused.gif


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Yeah more mass is more copper,less mass is less copper responds quicker to the ln2 poured into the pot and responds quicker to heating up the pot ,in short
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Yeah more mass is more copper,less mass is less copper responds quicker to the ln2 poured into the pot ,in short

thanks for your explianations throughout this thread. great help from everyone into the workings of pots and Ln2 smile.gif
BTW dat is the copper base part?


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thanks for your explianations throughout this thread. great help from everyone into the workings of pots and Ln2 smile.gif
BTW dat is the copper base part?
Yeah it is,most of today's pots are bottom copper base and top is not but the F1 is all copper the whole lot one piece Amd would work well with any pot tho because you would just run at full pot,no CB,CBB
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thanks for your explianations throughout this thread. great help from everyone into the workings of pots and Ln2 smile.gif
BTW dat is the copper base part?
Yeah it is,most of today's pots are bottom copper base and top is not but the F1 is all copper the whole lot one piece Amd would work well with any pot tho because you would just run at full pot,no CB,CBB

alrighty smile.gif well end of this month i will be buying. might just try the marksman if they are back in stock with the new version as my fisrt pot. get some practice/experience with that and AMD since i can always look at a secondary pot down the track when i venture into intel. i plan to make this my serious hobbie since i retired and join OCN's HWBot team smile.gif


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You can use pretty much any pot with any chip, some are just more conducive for certain types.

I prefer the Marksman over my Kingpin F1EE for all benching. The wider mouth makes it much easier to pour into and it's quicker to pull down but I have no issues temperatures stable for my chips that have a CB.

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You can use pretty much any pot with any chip, some are just more conducive for certain types.

I prefer the Marksman over my Kingpin F1EE for all benching. The wider mouth makes it much easier to pour into and it's quicker to pull down but I have no issues temperatures stable for my chips that have a CB.

coolio smile.gif BTW do you have any info when the new marksman will be in stock and pricing? so i can plan my $$$ lol


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Yeah I'm sure Marksman be a good pot,this is another well known guy who makes some awesome gear,I'm waiting on him to bring a new pot out
http://www.der8auer.de/
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