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post #281 of 288 (permalink) Old 01-23-2009, 09:53 PM
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Here's my insulation liquid electrical tape ===> two layers of frostking ===> neoprene gasket + grease in socket







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Looking good!....Great temp's! Have you got a chance to volt up your new chip yet?

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post #282 of 288 (permalink) Old 01-24-2009, 07:00 AM
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You finally got it up

Thanks for the pictures!!

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Looking good!....Great temp's! Have you got a chance to volt up your new chip yet?
Nope haven't had a chance yet, just got home from a wrestling tournament.

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No problem I took new pictures for updating the insulation guide, I'll post them up when I get some time.


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I was thinking about getting into LN2 cooling for a Science Fair project. Where are some good places to buy LN2 pots? I've looked at Kingpin and at Koolance, but they are a bit pricey (at least for the AM3 ones). Any suggestions?

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post #285 of 288 (permalink) Old 08-07-2009, 04:37 PM
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PM bartx. He has some good deals on them.
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PM bartx. He has some good deals on them.
I would look at some of duniek's pots. For ln2 you need lots of surface area so they tend to be more expensive then a pot geared more towards dry ice.


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I would look at some of duniek's pots. For ln2 you need lots of surface area so they tend to be more expensive then a pot geared more towards dry ice.
Yeah.. but if your starting bartx's pots will suit you fine
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Yeah.. but if your starting bartx's pots will suit you fine
I don't know much about his pots, but from what I've seen from then they look like they might suffer from some temp swings, so my suggestion stands. My first pot had some large temp swings, investing in a good pot makes a huge difference.


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