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Thinking bout running my 7900x subzero 24/7
 

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I remember in 2010 a few people use to build them
 

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I remember in 2010 a few people use to build them
Gray Mole was probably still around then..He built one for a friend of mine, but has since disappeared.
Steve has made around 5 people I know nothing but mad..the other guy..copper pot guy..he's MIA.
I wish I could help you, but cannot. :(
 

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Here you go....


Something to note is to super-insulate your mobo and shoot dielectric grease into the socket. Yikes. Anything can go wrong. If it's AMD, maybe put chip in and vasoline or LET all around socket. Cannot be above IHS, though.
 

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Something to note is to super-insulate your mobo and shoot dielectric grease into the socket. Yikes. Anything can go wrong. If it's AMD, maybe put chip in and vasoline or LET all around socket. Cannot be above IHS, though.
Die electric grease in socket art putty and electrical tape lol. I have a dice pot but want sub ambient daily :(. I would build one but want a cascade unit honestly.
 

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Die electric grease in socket art putty and electrical tape lol. I have a dice pot but want sub ambient daily :(. I would build one but want a cascade unit honestly.
Obviously that's an SS unit I linked. Cascades are like unicorns these days. Maybe learn to build your own?

Yeah..I hate to say, but it's an incredibily small niche market. Of which the main guy apparently is a rip-off.
The reliable old man disappeared. A long time ago.
 

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These guy's can build you a Cascade if that's what you are looking for, however it will cost a pretty penny if our okay with that? I had a quote from these guys about 1 year ago and they quoted me 5K USD for a Cascade unit that would be roughly around $7K or so CAD over where I'm at, web site attached.

 

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Here is a email response that I received from them last year in regards to a Cascade unit.




Hello, thanks for your request, this product is EOL, however we can customize any old project for new use/destination, given that this will be no more a series product and every single componet will require to be manifactured in a "one off", the price tag is starting at 5k usd, excluding delivery and excluding customizations.
if this strating price fit you, we can start talking and setup a second exchange of information with the tech team.

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I used to back in the day. Vapo XE, Prometeia r404a/Cap tube modded, Vapo LS, Mach II GT and custom r404a/r507a/Delta fans units. You will run into condensation issues sooner or later though. Great for 15 hour long 3DMark benching sessions but you just can't insulate them well enough for 24/7 applications. Still worth a try but that's just me.
 

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Die electric grease in socket art putty and electrical tape lol. I have a dice pot but want sub ambient daily :(. I would build one but want a cascade unit honestly.
i ran die electric grease on a 955BE -40c for 6 months straight, i ended up getting pin rot, lost a few grounding pins on the cpu (still worked fine)
 

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I used to back in the day. Vapo XE, Prometeia r404a/Cap tube modded, Vapo LS, Mach II GT and custom r404a/r507a/Delta fans units. You will run into condensation issues sooner or later though. Great for 15 hour long 3DMark benching sessions but you just can't insulate them well enough for 24/7 applications. Still worth a try but that's just me.
This is very true what you said sooner or later you will run into condensation. I still have a Cooler Express SS phase changer kicking around the house that I once used for 24/7 use. No matter how well you insulate the cpu socket and the surrounding area you will still manage to run into issues sooner or later like I did. Great for benching no so great for a 24/7 setup
 
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