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    Good job Kayl,very nice work mate.

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    Looks very good kayl - your work keeps improving all the time
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    Quote Originally Posted by runmc View Post
    your work keeps improving all the time
    Exactly what i wanted to say I still remember the first getto style single stages.

    Good job kayl

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    thanxs very much guys, i really did like the getto days no so much competition just ppl posting getto builds. I remember when we first started brazing stainless steel suction line it was a bread through

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    My new 1/4HP R507/r410a frozen SS system.
    E6700 @ 1.82vcore 32m SPi and Wprime around -30c.











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    QX6700 benching at -26c load -31c idle. seems no matter what vdroop i set vcore still droops with WPRIME 1024m run droops from 1.76v to 1.67v.
    SPI runs are ok though, no droop
    Vmem 2.4v and also 1.65v NB volts.

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    Last edited by kayl; 05-08-2007 at 06:32 PM.

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    New littel frozen SS system.
    THis unit does -37c idle on a E6700 at 1.75vcore
    -26c load orthos, -33c spi benching.



    ON the load tester


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    The start to a Nf11 danfoss unit, 1/3HP R507 refrigerant.
    Gfroster Value controller.














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    Put a k-type display in the 1/4HP R507/r410a frozen SS system





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    nice display Kayl, good find there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayl View Post
    The start to a Nf11 danfoss unit, 1/3HP R507 refrigerant.
    Gfroster Value controller.


    You guys got the hookup on condensers over there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unseen View Post
    Exactly what i wanted to say I still remember the first getto style single stages.

    Good job kayl
    Yeah - Remember the good old days
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayl View Post
    Put a k-type display in the 1/4HP R507/r410a frozen SS system
    kayl,
    How accurate is the display? and did you have to tweek the pots much? Just curious, put two of the same ones in my load tester but it will be a few days before it's finished.
    Eric,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaster View Post
    nice display Kayl, good find there!
    Thanxs blaster, got them off chilly1.

    Quote Originally Posted by gosmeyer View Post
    You guys got the hookup on condensers over there How accurate is the display? and did you have to tweek the pots much? Just curious, put two of the same ones in my load tester but it will be a few days before it's finished.
    Eric,
    Yes they are a nice size condenser.

    seems the temp displays read a few c's colder as temps go lower.
    just a few c's colder than real room temp.
    Im yet to play with the pots, was just gonna use way is.

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    3/4 Hp in a Kayl case

    Kayl you need to cut the side out ofyour case..i cant believe u didnt do it before you put it together....I ended up cutting a slot on side of my Vapo to let my Ls sit underneath nice and square..i couldnt handle the Angle trick any longer eheh....

    Kayl i cant wait untill you get the 3/4 Compressor and to see if you could sqeeze it into your case been looking at all your builds here it might go close??

    depends if u have that copper coily thing i suppose..the thing in front of condensor....

    I couldnt see issue with rear fan mounted at rear of the case could you ???
    then the only worry is GSMaster controller lcd screen being smaller than the hole..But i can Email John and ask him if he could send me over a larger LCD display to fill the Hole im sure he would.

    Nice link /thread Cheers Hori
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    really great work i love it

    one day i will learn to build this pretty things

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    OCFX do enough reading and you can build units. I learnt it all from XS
    Quote Originally Posted by HoriWanderFuLL View Post
    Kayl you need to cut the side out of your case..i cant believe u didnt do it before you put it together....I ended up cutting a slot on side of my Vapo to let my Ls sit underneath nice and square..i couldnt handle the Angle trick any longer eheh....
    Kayl i cant wait untill you get the 3/4 Compressor and to see if you could sqeeze it into your case been looking at all your builds here it might go close??
    depends if u have that copper coily thing i suppose..the thing in front of condensor....
    I couldnt see issue with rear fan mounted at rear of the case could you ???
    then the only worry is GSMaster controller lcd screen being smaller than the hole..But i can Email John and ask him if he could send me over a larger LCD display to fill the Hole im sure he would.
    Nice link /thread Cheers Hori
    Yeah I had plans to cut a hole in the side of the new pc case, but just havnt got around to it. The case also has a clear window side panel so will look sweet when its finished and done properly.
    Lets hope we can squeeze the 3/4hp compressor into a frozen SS case along with the starting gear( run and start caps as well as the relay enclosure, it will be tough, if need I might take the start gear out of the enclosure)



    Yes the idea of having the rear fan on the back of the case will give us an additional 35mm room, we need all the room we can get. The issue with the LCD isn’t the window hole, it’s the LCD mounting holes are different to my current case, you can stick the LCD to the case like I did with this unit.



    Because you have the push buttons for the controller on an extended cable we don’t have to drill holes for t hose. This is actually my last case left.

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    That lcd looks ok ...
    rear fan at back will be just fine if it fits

    Chat later

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoriWanderFuLL View Post
    That lcd looks ok ...
    rear fan at back will be just fine if it fits

    Chat later

    Cheers Hori
    3/4Hp compressor with r410/507/r290 blend of refrigerants.
    Horri will install a gsmaster controller at a later date







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    Im so Xcited looks verry tidy Kayl.

    i cant wait for the benchtesting pictures over the weekend...

    Cheers Hori
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    Little QX6850 action on single stage phase change with Gigabyte GeForce 8800GTS 320MB
    Heres some results on air along with a QX6850 at 4420Mhz on a single stage cooler, managed to pick up a few points on Hwbot.

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    3Dmark 2006 - 12653 marks



    Aquamark - 215583 marks



    3Dmark 2001 - 69410 marks



    PCMark 2005 - 11381 marks



    3Dmark 2005 - 20853 marks



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    Verry Nice kayl.. you been busy again buy the looks of it...
    Did not take you long to mount up another cooler eheh
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoriWanderFuLL View Post
    Verry Nice kayl.. you been busy again buy the looks of it...
    Did not take you long to mount up another cooler eheh
    actually this one back in may, it recently sold and i installed controller and gave it a quick bench before sending out

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    Picked up my cases today.
    GSmaster controller case






    Basic unit with a on switch, k-type display and varible fan speed.
    THis lot gets powder coated next year , just deciding what colours


    Last edited by kayl; 12-21-2007 at 11:40 PM.

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