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    ol' man is offline workin fingas to the bone
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    How is this for cryo cooling

    In my chemistry lab I have a device that pumps fluid through a tube that achieves
    -100 degrees celsius or better. Imagine what you could do with a cpu and this device. It uses r134a and possibly propane. It has a front radiator 12"x12" for the condesation and a compressor like a fridge but quite big. It is made by Cryo Cool.

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    They will never miss it

    tell 'em "it's out for service"...

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    ol' man is offline workin fingas to the bone
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    It is a good design and very quiet actually. It also has a dial so you can set your temps. I would like to take it appart and replicate it for a fraction of the cost. With the end you could simply run it through a normal water block instead of what they have. It seemed when I left it had a pure piece of ethylene glycol frozen on its end Ethylene glycol freezes at around -13 deg. C. or 10 deg. F. It must get a lower freezing point when it is mixed with water?

    Why yes it does, just checked my Merck index and a 50/50 mix freezes at -38 deg. c.


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