And for us super noobs, how would that be?
Nice man very nice! Sweet temps. You got Antarctica in there. I do no think you need to worry about heat XD
ok it takes around 45 mins to pull to 0F at the water block face... not too bad if you ask me
I've never done this and know basically zero about it, but was wondering if this implies that you must have the cooling system running and pre-cooled before turning on a system that's already maxed-OCed for use with the system?
Just curious, but I got the impression you don't just turn everything on all at the same time with a single button...
(like a freezer always runs... you don't just turn it on/off when food's in/not in it... you wouldn't expect a bag of ice to stay a perfect bag of ice if you threw it in an off freezer and just first turned it on when you first put the bag of ice in? Hope this makes sense...)
Zarathustra[H];1036045462 said:This is pretty awesome.
Can you give more details about what you used as the chiller?
It looks like th ecooling element from an AC unit ripped out of its case and placed in a cooler. is that correct? How many BTU was the AC rated for? I didn't realize a standard AC unit would be sufficient to get the fluid down that cold.
I think this might be the issue. Correct me if I am wrong but this is really uneven and pretty thick on one side.