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Building a Dual-Evap Phase Cooler

And then I plugged it to an Athlon 64 setup:

Without load, the CPU evap is -52C and GPU evap is -69C, condensing pressure
is 250 PSI at 24C ambient.

The low side pressure is 7″ HG, but that is not indicative of either evaps
as the vaccum at the CPU evap should be lesser than this while it should be
pulling a deeper vaccum at the GPU evap. Under load from a Athlon 64 running
3D Mark at 2.63Ghz at 1.9v, the CPU evap drops to -46C.

So there you have a dual evaporator walkthrough. Ain’t that tough is it?


 


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