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Old 06-18-2012, 06:09 AM
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looking to buy and run 2/47
http://www.ldcooling.com/shop/ld-pc-...se-change.html

allways overclocked before and liquid cooled for years, wanna take that next step into phase change.....few questions can i insulate my motherboard for 24/7 usage....ie 5 hours a day? i do live in australia gets really hot in summer here worried about condensation.....

or should i get the coolermaster phase change with backing plate heat pads? are heat pads needed coz the ld cooling doesnt come with any.. do like the coolermaster unit as i can get one that cools gpu as well....but cannot find a 240v version for australia....

looking to get around 5.2-5.4 ghz stable with phase and have no idea how to insulate, have read a few guides, ie rubber kneader, is that suitable for 24/7 usage?

love to get a gtx 680 and my 3960x cold

any advice would be much apreciated.....
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Old 06-18-2012, 06:56 AM
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also does anyone know where i can get a unit in australia as shipping costs nearly 300 bucks to australia!!!!
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Before I got into DI or LN2 cooling, I used a prometia on daily system and during michigan summers it can get pretty hot and humid, prolly not as bad as AU but still I needed to use the heater pad behind the socket to keep things dry in there. Heater pad + really good seal using the seal string was more than enough to run all the time or for long stretches.
I would recommend the heater plate.
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Old 07-05-2012, 11:12 AM
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http://www.dimastech.it/EN/c/dimaste...st-controlled/

here in europe is a seller named Dimas Tech they have many different solutions, when it comes to extreme cooling, and their phase change runs at 240v.
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in australia, most people have Kayl phase units.
google kayl and you should be able to find a way to contact him, i dont know off hand.
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Old 07-29-2012, 10:21 PM
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Heater pad + really good seal using the seal string was more than enough to run all the time or for long stretches.
I would recommend the heater plate.
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