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Thread: Al/Cu pots - new series

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    Some new stuff. Quite "light" this time Only 1.2kg each.


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    I like them bartx! Keep up the works man And if you guys would like I can have a performance run down on one of these within the next week under a Phenom II 955.

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    that would be great Sil3ntSnip3a.. I'm currently in the market of buying new DI/LN2 pot.

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    Should be a little bit more internal contact area for Phenom II.

    But otherwise nice pots
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    Bart, i agree with the above, why not a little more surface area?

    They look like nice pots, even though they are light, they still seem to have a decent base mass.
    Pm me price please?

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    Finally tested one of my pots on ln2 This one:



    Core i3 530 was running on 5.60-5.68GHz @ 1,68v so seems to be a good load tester Pot did his job very well, temp was really stable, I was able to run tests 2-3c below coldbug and temperature was changing 1-2C max.

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1074617

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