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piotres


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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:03:06     
Hi

Sometimes ago I've decided to make "semi-solid" DI/Ln2 containers for CPU ...100% cooper, with 42 mm pipe .







Ready "solid" base is 820 grams .















This is 25 cm long container .













Insulation is 19 mm thick, mounting stuff for all CPU (inculuding AM2) .

If somebody is interested - PM me .

Regards
Peter

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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:07:30     
oksaux


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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:10:57     
great job it's so clean
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:18:24     
We never see how they perform ...

Why using cooper for the tube too? Alu or Steel wouldn't be better for such using?

Message édité par Clemmaster le dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:18:37
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:21:53     
QUOTE (Clemmaster @ dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 19:18:24) :

We never see how they perform ...

Why using cooper for the tube too? Alu or Steel wouldn't be better for such using?

Steel ? You want to see orange rust on it , hehe ?

Braze together ALU+cooper will be PITA .

I use cooper because I like this shine hehe joke

But I really think that 100% cooper is good construction for container .

No ..I hope mine customer from Spain soon will show it in action on Conroe .
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:31:42     
The tube is used as a container...
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 21:14:30     


the heat exchange surface must be crummy with 20 mm of copper between the core and the LN2 ... and the column at the center ... not very well

so, let's be honest, it's a well-made copper piece, it shines, but it's not a good evap too heavy, and the base is not mahined



Message édité par napalm le dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 21:15:24
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 21:27:43     
AS always, perfect work.
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 21:34:09     
Impressive ! Very clean
Ones more, excellent job !
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dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 23:45:15     
QUOTE (napalm @ dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:14:30) :



the heat exchange surface must be crummy with 20 mm of copper between the core and the LN2 ... and the column at the center ... not very well

so, let's be honest, it's a well-made copper piece, it shines, but it's not a good evap too heavy, and the base is not mahined


peharps for thermal inertia ?
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 00:28:40     
Nice but you should not work on container... but dual evap...
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 00:52:01     
QUOTE (cornerjack @ dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 23:28:40) :

Nice but you should not work on container... but dual evap...

hehe, Jack I'm trust me ..evaps are already brazed and they'll be polished in 2 next days .

@napalm : Look at some solid containers from Team Japan ...some of that guys' containers has even 40-50 mm thick cooper between CPU and Ln2 and they're named good containers .

Message édité par piotres le lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 00:55:09
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 09:24:20     
QUOTE (piotres @ dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 23:52:01) :

hehe, Jack I'm trust me ..evaps are already brazed and they'll be polished in 2 next days .

Perfect !
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 10:16:53     
Pretty nice dude !
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 15:21:35     
QUOTE (napalm @ dimanche 21 janvier 2007 à 20:14:30) :



the heat exchange surface must be crummy with 20 mm of copper between the core and the LN2 ... and the column at the center ... not very well

so, let's be honest, it's a well-made copper piece, it shines, but it's not a good evap too heavy, and the base is not mahined


I think absolutely the opposite of this post
- 20mm is in the common range for CPU evaps
- the column at the center is a good idea, it adds some surface area for the heat exchange (and conduction from base to top depends on the section of the column)
- base is machined... shiny doesn't mean good, and not shiny doesn't mean bad.

my only concerns would be related to details :
- I don't like the square shape, it's harder to insulate
- mouting part seems very high on the tube, you need xtremely long screws, and that's harder to install properly (well flat)

with all that copper mass, it must have been a PITA to braze it together ! no way to weld it ?
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 16:22:00     
always possible to machining a part of the square shape to lower the mouting part ^^
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lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 19:25:26     
QUOTE (Tyrou @ lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 14:21:35) :

with all that copper mass, it must have been a PITA to braze it together ! no way to weld it ?

With the correct proportions of acetylen and oxygen you can sold everything, i've seen it my own eyes

Message édité par Clemmaster le mardi 23 janvier 2007 à 19:56:19
piotres


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mardi 23 janvier 2007 à 00:39:46     
Ehh, no with acethylene-oxy (yes, acethylene, non ethylene ) it's very easy to braze even so big cooper mass .

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mardi 23 janvier 2007 à 00:55:28     
Plexiglass is better for the column container, more stylish
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mardi 23 janvier 2007 à 01:06:58     
so Rosco like...
pretty nice work on those containers Piotres
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mardi 23 janvier 2007 à 01:14:22     
QUOTE (Rosco @ lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 16:55:28) :

Plexiglass is better for the column container, more stylish

This is suxx is sure
piotres


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vendredi 09 mars 2007 à 10:45:51     
Hi

That's next identical semi-solid, but this time it's 50 cm long .



















Lenght compared to Nokia 6822 phone .



I want to sell it ...if anybody wants please PM me .

Regards
Peter
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vendredi 09 mars 2007 à 11:00:26     
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vendredi 09 mars 2007 à 14:09:25     
Nice But why it's so long ?
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vendredi 09 mars 2007 à 14:20:22     
it is well but with the wind it can fall
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