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    Tek9 3.0 LN2/DI GPU unit

    I will be adding more pics/results to the thread... some of you guys have been waiting long time so here are 2 of the dual spaced Teks to start...there are two revisions of the unit, this one and another for single spaced X38 setups and a new soon to be released graphics technology by "a leading graphics company" . Both units will come with the same HW pack for a few different mounting styles for both NVIDIA and ATI cards. In designing this unit, I tackled some issues I had with my previous revs that needed refining such as limited internal volume with both DI and LN2 and size limitations with todays platforms. This new base design is very effective in "controlling" swing and is tuned for slow swing at high loads, making it easier to run 3 units


    Alot of considerations went into the mounting for both NV and ATI and the heavy duty ALU bracket has quite a bit of machinework done to it to allow this. More detailed pics of mounting and setup pics to come as well as pics of the base.

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    Damn NICE

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    Amazing work as always, Vince!

    You're the man.

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    You were right, there's no way in hell myself or anyone else saw this coming. Such an intelligent way to cram all that mass into the given space.

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    Those are sick Vince....damn.

    I love the design, can't wait to see the slims too

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    Very nice KingPin!!
    Always awesame!
    Goooooood Job, and great design !!!Congrats...
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    This is HUGE! :O

    I love the design

    Any possibility to see the internals?

    Let's see some 3D results

    []s,

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    very nice Vince...knocking em out the park one after another

    looking forward to see some results from the masters who will no doubt bust these up. it is so much fun watching the evolution of pots while it happens.
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    very nice Vince...knocking em out the park one after another

    looking forward to see some results from the masters who will no doubt bust these up. it is so much fun watching the evolution of pots while it happens.
    I thought this might be the next evolution. It never made sense to me why people made their pots in shhape they do.

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    Whoa! A totally new idea

    Im lookin forward to seein results, coz thats what matters. I cant see them disappointing though
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    Not sure i totally follow anything you said, but regardless of that you helped me come up with a very good idea....
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    Nice pots
    can't wait to see them in action
    great job KingPin

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    must say that the design is really great a lot of volume yet its very slim..
    how do you insulate that beast.. i must see pics NOW
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    Those are sweet, love the mass at the base and light on top.
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    Sexual, all i can think of

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    Now for some 8800 Ultra mounting and SLI setup pics. Now you can see the scale of the unit a little better.

    First way is too mount through the back of the plate with screws threading through the plate and using low profile thumb nuts and conical compressions springs for a lighting quick assembly/disassemly this works great on 680i's triple spacing:






    Now for dual spaced mobos to allow for more insulation between 1st and 2nd cards, you reverse the screws and come in through the back of the card. The mounting screw heads dont really stick up any farther than most components on the card, leaving plenty of room.


    8800 ULTRA SLI setup with Tek's and F1 unit to show the true scale of the units:


    Next pics will be the ATI mounting and Xfire setup. I froze the hell out of the ATI setup this time
    Last edited by k|ngp|n; 03-09-2008 at 12:53 PM.

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    Heh, now that's the shot I was waiting for.

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    Just one word:

    Yummy!

    Now give me a reason not to pick your units for our next DI/LN2 runs

    Awesome stuff Vince, you're definitely the man
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    Vince.. very nice... i loved it.... very nice for my 2900 CF
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    I am speechless.

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    Awesome vince, mastercrafted

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    Oh man now dats really beautiful pair
    I mean I knew dat it will be radical design but you forogt to mention about da beauty man, really good looking pots
    As TIM said above, its "Mastercrafted", Vince.

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    I just got back from a killer concert to see the long awaited pics. You where 100% right about saying they are worth the wait. They are like nothing I imagined and truely a work of art!!!


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    that last pic...wow. how are you securing the cards so they dont wobble? i dont see any bracket (am i blind?)

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