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aspire 04-14-2009 10:29 PM

DICE Cooling Pots
Brought to you by Peter.Cort and Myself.

Peter is going to be sending me the parts to assemble 5 of the pots he made recently.

The only difference is the mounting plate will be made from heavy duty plastic and will include whatever mounting holes you want.

3 of which will be offered for sale here on Tech Forums for a pretty reasonable price.

Expect around $40 shipped including mounting plate and hardware. All that they will need to bench is some insulation for the tube, dry ice and acetone, and some modeling clay to insulate the socket.

Post in this thread if you'd be interested or pm me.

philbar71 04-14-2009 10:33 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
i might accually be crazy enough to do it! but where can i find some dry ice?

i assume these will work with 775

hikaricloud 04-14-2009 10:34 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
You have to make your own dry ice :P It's fun!

aspire 04-14-2009 10:39 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
Some supermarkets carry Dry Ice or you can find it from ice supply stores.

Like I said, I will put whatever mounting holes you want on the plate. AM2, 775, 1366...

Dry Ice Directory - Where to buy Dry Ice

philbar71 04-14-2009 10:46 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
i'll have to think it over.

i still got my old pentium D here. i wonder what it would be like to put 2V through it :cool:

Puddle Jumper 04-15-2009 08:29 AM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
What is the pot made out of?

aspire 04-15-2009 12:20 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
3" Copper Tube with a lapped end cap soldered on as the base.

Hefemeister 04-15-2009 12:51 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
In theory would these work with ln2 as well or would you require a different material for construction of the pot?

aspire 04-15-2009 01:39 PM

Re: DICE Cooling Pots
They should work with Ln2 in theory.

The only thing I might worry about is contraction due to the extreme cold.

I'll see if I can't get ahold of some LN2 to test them once they're finished.

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