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07-19-2010 11:25 PM
lsdmeasap Thanks Bartx!!

Pot is great, first session results are posted here
https://www.overclock.net/dry-ice-liq...l-records.html
07-04-2010 12:49 PM
xxbassplayerxx
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Originally Posted by bartx View Post
On ln2 you can control temp in such a way, that it changes only 1-2c during the whole run.
I need to get some LN2
07-04-2010 12:46 PM
bartx On ln2 you can control temp in such a way, that it changes only 1-2c during the whole run.
07-04-2010 12:25 PM
xxbassplayerxx You're right... that is not a good CPU

During that run, what was the temperature delta?
07-04-2010 11:42 AM
bartx I tested this pot on ln2 with i7 875k (which was really poor cpu, gain around 150mhz in 3d mark 2006 from -45c on phase to -80C on ln2). Holds temp pretty nice, no issues during benching (except dead MB Personally I don't use dice anymore due to temps and quite high prices (comparing to ln2).

07-04-2010 10:51 AM
xxbassplayerxx Sweet pot BartX! I have a quick question. Do you have a chance to test one if these with an i7 around 5.1GHz? My temperatures swing too much and I crash. Even if I start around -53 it will hit -40ish and crash. The base just doesn't hold the temperature well enough once I put such a heavy load on it.
07-04-2010 12:23 AM
bartx Pot for lsdmeasap:

weight 2.0kg
base weight 1.7kg
height 240 mm
base diameter 70 mm
pipe diameter 60 mm











04-13-2010 12:17 PM
xxbassplayerxx If my summer job doesn't fall through, I'll be in touch around June.
04-12-2010 11:55 PM
bartx Some scores done recently on ln2 using my pot I've used medium pot, 2.3kg total. You can control temp easily in 2-3C range. There is still a possibility to make pots better increasing a surface of internals. Reaction on pouring will be faster I guess. But design must be completely new

3rd Pifast - i3 530
http://hwbot.org/community/submissio..._530_16.23_sec

5th - SPi 1M - i3 530
http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...530_7sec_328ms

3rd SPi 32M - i3 530
http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...in_10sec_891ms

4th - wPrime 1024M - i3 530
http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...in_31sec_234ms

3rd wPrime 32M - i3 530
http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...530_8sec_374ms

And some 980x benching:

http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...80x_3sec_156ms

http://hwbot.org/community/submissio...in_40sec_406ms
12-01-2009 09:53 PM
bartx There was much more work needed to make full copper pot. The worst thing was cleaning from oxidation after brazing. I think there is no difference in performance, but now I'm able to make more massive pots (brazing 3kg block will be hard to do with my equipment).
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