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Thread: The New Anaconda Kingdom AKA My 3 Stage Cascade!

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    The New Anaconda Kingdom AKA My 3 Stage Cascade!

    My New benching palace:



    See that the high stages are all located one side now, at the window, to throw the condensing heat outside, finally, no more sauna room!!


    Right here, you see the Anaconda nest... 4 Heat Exchangers....



    1 is home-made winding pipe in pipe, almost 7m, its supa ghetto, Polyurethane foam is banned here now, so back to Armaflex insulation! This is for CPU first stage, which connects to CPU middle stage Heatexchanger right below. On top you see a fanless condensor, thats the de super heater for CPU middle stage, good to have, cos a lot of R1150 needs to be condensed!!


    The 3 evap cooling heads right here... benching section.



    My CPU evap gets a major upgrade, much thanks to my friend Xu Gang and Susie from China!! He made me this awesome evap head!!



    Its way too massive, i even trimmed some fins off to use aq smaller outer cap. But to cool it by itself is a huge heat load... but once cold, it stays there for frkn long...


    Here are the 3 low stages for CPU and gpu1 and 2, with oil seperators right beside:





    The 3 High staqes and 1 Middle stage for cpu area... 4 x rotaries 1HP each!!




    Of course oil seperator for middle stage as well!






    Much much thanks to my friends for building me such a beautiful Control Panel!!! So good to have all switche controls over here!!




    GPUs Cascades is usual R22 stage 1 and R1150 Stage 2

    CPU Cascade:

    1st stage: R22 + dash of R290 - 1.3m of 0.31" cap tube , yes had to rim so short, the heat load on 1st stage is immense, trying to condense so much R1150 on middle stage, and R1150 of 3rd stage and then also CPU heat load.
    Under fulll load running, -26C or so.

    2nd stage: R1150 + dash of R290 - 1.65m of 0.31" cap tube.... Under load, it's about -80C to -85C...

    3rd stage: R1150 - 1m of 0.47" connected to 0.5m 0.31" to evap head low hi side preesure with -80C condensing temps, so short cap tube for good enough flow!! With ~ -80C condensing temps, this is the length you want to maintain good flow for kentsfield loads with R1150!


    The evap is so huge, cooling it down itself is huge load, so i need to wait till its cold before turning on PC, if not middle stage will be overloaded with heat load of cooling evap and pc all at one go. overload is no good, hi side pressure of 3rd stage rises rapidly due to rising condensing temp, flow gets too fast for short cap tube and liquid slugs the comrpessor. just an issue if cold bugged cpu.

    i had the probe placed at evap exit which is bad side to monitor... evap exit is more liek ur usual suction line close to compressor due to evap size. but cpu evap base is around -107c to -110c load or idle, as evap is so huge. suction preesurfe is vaccumm under load, like 5 to 7hg good stuff,,,, R14 wil be nice to switch to now

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    That is the most ghetto build I've ever seen .

    Devil's jungle .

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    Holy hardware boxes.

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    it looks getto,but its a work of art, i think its safe to say you have the most cascade units in one room benching
    good to have you back here as well shamino
    do you think you will be changing the 3rd stage from 1150 to r14 anytime soon. What sort of speeds can you run quad core at on that beast?
    Last edited by kayl; 05-23-2007 at 04:01 AM.

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    Ye getto, but power full. Huh Anaconda

    When we see some scores using this mini cooling setup ?


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    WOW! And I thought your last cascade was ghetto !

    I think that purple bottle behind your cascade is Ethylene isn't it? I would really reccomend getting a decent regulator for it! And make sure the bottle is securely fastened to something so it can't fall over.

    I assume the compressors must be quite small which is one of the reasons you are using such short captube lengths?

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    HOLY LORD.....

    what a beast sham.... now show us some numbers

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    its great to see your work again shamino

    and that new work shop is great you must have lots of room to sleep now

    that evap looks very interesting have you got any numbers for it yet

    also are they plate hx

    or home made

    thanks baz

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    i love that evap

    always wondered what watercooling blocks would be like with really tall copper fins like that but much finer cuts...(IF POSSIBLE)

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    Insane

    Ghetto is nothing to compare...im out of words
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    Out of words Pansuu? How about...

    Whooaaaaaa O.O
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    What temps you have @ load on cpu evap?

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    OMG!! Nice numbers

    Ps.somebody tell wdrzal not to look this thread. He will have a heart attack...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryba View Post
    What temps you have @ load on cpu evap?
    He said it at the end of the post, -105c aprox.

    What so huge work, it must need over 5KW from the electrical red, your gonna cause continuous problems there

    It's a "nice" and powerful system indeed, will you build them in series ? lol

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    damit this really is an anaconda jungle, really nice evapp to..
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    You must have got good headphones . I guess this anaconda is "quite" noise


    Quote Originally Posted by AndreYang View Post
    wtf..your cpu is better.

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    Mental, i was hoping it was going to be colder as well.

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    I have heard many things about the great shamino. Seeing this supports the stories.

    Jaw dropping mate, a true benchers paradise.

    All that hardware must think they have arrived in HELL and you are the Devil himself

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    Dude, that's very impressive!

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    very compact machine

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    that looks scary....are you sure it's not alive and plotting to take over your house?

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