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    New fatboy pot

    Hope to get isulation before the weekend for some 980X benching.














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    That is a vertible Monster!! Weight?? Awaiting your results.
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    walls seem thick...

    that will eat up alot of ln2..

    good luck testing..


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    Its 3.4 Kilo
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    wow that is one big pot
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    Thats a huge pot m8 whats the diameter?

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    90mm
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    OH MY GAD this is a monster 0_0 3,2kg... I'm choked :P Very good job Nanok

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    Welcome to the 90mm club. That makes only two of us...ever...as far as I know. Let's see some results.

    Insulating a pot that big can be a challenge, as it starts to interfere with other stuff on the board like NB heatsinks. heh

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    Yes, i imagine this was a challenge i'm really impatient see the result with Ln˛ or dry ice
    Besides, you'll test with LN ˛ or dry ice?
    bye
    Last edited by mtp34; 04-26-2010 at 06:51 AM.

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