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    der8auer ECC RAPTOR3

    Hey there guys

    Let me introduce my latest product to you:

    RAPTOR3

    RAPTOR3 is the result of over a half year of testing, optimization and development in cooperation with German engineers. We completely revised the structure to create the best GPU pot available.
    Thin arms allow a very fast cool-down while the structure in the middle reduces temperature ups and downs for the best temperature control.
    Additional slots at the bottom of the pot dispense the LN2 to all four chambers and reduce the bubbling significantly.
    A black anodized aluminium plate at the bottom in combination with the nickle-plated copper perfects the design.

    The new stainless steel mounting system will give you the maximum contact pressure and using the stainless steel backplate you don't risk to damage your GPU by bending the PCB.

    And to protect my work:

    Patent pending!























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    The pot is looking great as always, Roman!

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    Thanks mate

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    Sweet looks, and sweet performance I bet
    Too bad I'm taking a break from extreme overclocking
    Coding 24/7... Limited forums/PMs time.

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    can i use plastic Pom as bottom ? would be a extra insulation as well
    little German

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    sexy.. good German quality design!

    Nice work roman!
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    WoW, Nice !

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    Beauty & the Beast in one package. Be a shame to insulate it. Well done.!!
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    More & more very expensive, quickly obsolete parts!!

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    nice work Roman. Price?

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    I assume this is made by using wire EDM process? Thats really awesome looking work!

    http://www.edmmachining.com/wire_edm.htm

    edit. I answer to my own question: It is not done with EDM. I saw the mill grooves now
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilkkahy View Post
    I assume this is made by using wire EDM process? Thats really awesome looking work!

    http://www.edmmachining.com/wire_edm.htm

    edit. I answer to my own question: It is not done with EDM. I saw the mill grooves now
    As far as I know spark eroding would be (way) too expensive, it was done on a CNC mill as you've seen yourself.

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    You can never have enough D9's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenchZowner View Post
    Sweet looks, and sweet performance I bet
    Too bad I'm taking a break from extreme overclocking
    Thanks Why not buy one and come back?


    Quote Originally Posted by teurorist View Post
    can i use plastic Pom as bottom ? would be a extra insulation as well
    I also thought of that but POM is shrinking too much and could break. So Aluminium or Copper is the only way.


    Quote Originally Posted by jimba86 View Post
    sexy.. good German quality design!

    Nice work roman!
    Thanks mate!


    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    WoW, Nice !
    Thank you


    Quote Originally Posted by Expat GriZ View Post
    Beauty & the Beast in one package. Be a shame to insulate it. Well done.!!
    Tanks


    Quote Originally Posted by CoolBits View Post
    nice work Roman. Price?
    Can't post prices in public due to respect to forums rules. Sorry


    Quote Originally Posted by ilkkahy View Post
    I assume this is made by using wire EDM process? Thats really awesome looking work!

    http://www.edmmachining.com/wire_edm.htm

    edit. I answer to my own question: It is not done with EDM. I saw the mill grooves now
    Yes it's CNC made


    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    As far as I know spark eroding would be (way) too expensive, it was done on a CNC mill as you've seen yourself.
    Exactly. That's the machine:


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    Quote Originally Posted by der8auer View Post
    Thanks Why not buy one and come back?
    Master degree studies disagree :p
    Perhaps when I happen to get my life back on track I'll restart x-ocing ( I kept most of my stuff anyway )
    Coding 24/7... Limited forums/PMs time.

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    Really great Pot Roman

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    Awesome pot Roman
    Sorry for my bad english


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