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    New GPU SS in Mach I chassis

    Got SLI/CF-styled evaporators from Ryba not long ago and i thought i would make some use of them, starting with taking the SLI-styled suction lines apart. I have completed this single-stage this afternoon. Had to strip apart the old single-stage that was originaly in this chassis, strip apart all the copper tubing and bend new one. I have also added high side access valve, low side filter/drier which also acts as an liquid accumulator preventing the flooding of compressor and some new bits.

    Thanks, Ryba!


    -freon R-507
    - GPU evaporator by 'Ryba'
    - 0.8mm capilarity tubing
    - 2x Mach condenser
    - 1x Delta 120mm HHE
    - Danfoss NL 11 F
    - Prometeia Mach I chassis
    - TC-K thermocouple temperature sensor


    Couldn't take the photos of frosted unit due empty camera batteries. Snap! Still need to insulate the unit and attach the TC probe.

    Best Regards,
    Niko

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    Did you use a pipe bender?
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    Yup

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    Here are the final photos of the unit, taken by the new owner:




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    Wow, didn't realize you could hook 2 compressors up together...
    Nice Job!
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    Nice to see that you use my suction lines I'm waiting for final product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglipzit View Post
    Wow, didn't realize you could hook 2 compressors up together...
    Nice Job!
    what?
    mentally confused and prone to wandering

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    Quote Originally Posted by teyber View Post
    what?
    You can't see the second compressor? Clearly you aren't leet enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by teyber View Post
    what?
    He means condensers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teyber View Post
    what?
    YES it was a typo lol Sorry Teyber!!!

    Condensers lol... Wow I am stupid hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglipzit View Post
    YES it was a typo lol Sorry Teyber!!!

    Condensers lol... Wow I am stupid hahaha
    It was pretty obvious what you meant
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    Phase Change Cooling

    is the remedy

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    Owner promised he will be posting load shots soon. Around 20th this month I will start another build for him, that's a CPEV controlled brazed-plate HX water chiller in a nice stainless-steel case. The owner is a well-known #3 hardware-master alibabar. He is a good buddy of mine hence I will be building the new cooler just to cover parts & materials used, I will not make any profit with it. Building is a good reward by itself, although my girlfriend probably doesn't agree with that

    Looks like my stuff always goes to hardware-masters, my first cascade was sold to #2 HW master Turrican
    Last edited by tiborrr; 06-08-2009 at 05:30 AM.

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