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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:05   #1
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Double penetration for the weekend

Ok this is going to be a short mod thread as I recieved my brand new Mach 2 GT prometeia from Phil at extremeprometeia.com.
Sorry but he does great service so I figure I cant get in trouble for one plug

Ok on with the show the aim is to build a duel headed prometeia unit for me to play with on the long weekend I am using the standard head on the cpu only because I like the simple mounting , I could have gone the chilly1 head option as I have a couple of them too

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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:06   #2
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Last pic was of the new unit this is some of the unit after I attacked it I would have done the photo's from work but cant get into my ftp server from there loool

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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:07   #3
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To do the work you need the shell off



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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:09   #4
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Remove the insulation

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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:10   #5
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I am going to miss a few steps here like connecting the duel cap tubes up but here it is with the head cut oooof

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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:25   #6
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wow thats quite cool....always wondered what was in those things....looks jus like whats in the back of a fridge

is that all it is? works jus like a fridge except removes more energy (thus making it colder)
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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:27   #7
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Yeah it has a radiator type thing called a condenser and the other end is a block called an evaperator which depending on the gas and various other things gets down to -40 or so
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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:31   #8
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Yeah it looks like it's going well but did you really need to put one picture per post?
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I was trying to give the impression it was done over time because it took me all day to do lol
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Old 27th Apr 2005, 20:38   #10
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Yeah but your posting times give away the fact that is wasn't. So does the lack of comments inbetween posts.
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Ok sorry guys I could have spread it out I will try tomorrow when I get in to spread it oot as I said it will be a short project as I want it home for the weekend subzero gcard hmmmmmmmm
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Yeah it has a radiator type thing called a condenser and the other end is a block called an evaperator which depending on the gas and various other things gets down to -40 or so
dont remind me about evapourators and condensers...ive just handed in a thermo report analysing a refrigerating system. it had a throttle valve in it so working out the enthalpy's of R134a at various points got confusing...ive never done so much interpolation ever...glad to see the back of it lol
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Loool hence the reason I am not building a cascade or auto cascade for the weekend loool
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Old 28th Apr 2005, 09:07   #14
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Back to work I have both heads on and the system has been vacced down over night so there is no moisture left in the system, I am going to start redressing and re insulating the system today
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Starting to re insulate the pipework and tidy it up pics to follow
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hmm this could be interesting.

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Old 28th Apr 2005, 17:53   #18
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Initial testing no load using a k type contact probe I am getting around -50 degrees C per head pics to follow later tonight
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Old 28th Apr 2005, 20:10   #19
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How I fitted them



And one does come out on an angle that was done on purpose as it is for the gpu


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Insulating




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Maybe you'd resize the pics for the benefit of our 56k (or worse!) friends...
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