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Default LN/DICE pot Rev 3 prototype A CP/VO exclusive

Just wanted to share what I'm cooking up for LN2 as of late. I've made a quicky prototype that I'm hoping for some good results.

As time is limited I'm making any updates about this at my home site that you all are more than welcome to come have a looksie.

This is my 3rd attempt at a decent LN2/Dice pot hybrid. Rev 1 and 2 where great for Dice, not so stable for LN2 having the lack of mass needed to hold a temp. Hopefully this time around I've got something that will work better for LN2.

Any incite, comments and even bashing is welcome!!

So here's a link and thanks for looking!!!


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This looks sick, nice work man ..........

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Hey thanks!!

I have an update with a quick 1 min video of the slug removal from the FX heat sink. A few extra pics with the 2nd slug and begining process of the rev 3.1 whcih will have an updated base. I'll have pictures of that tomorrow for sure. For now we are at the dead center.
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I added a couple more pictures. One includes a pic of 1 kilo of Pure .999% Copper bar I plan on using as a bottom plate for one of the LN2 pots along or without the slug from a heat sink. The Bar is 3x5x0.5" thick.

And some TEC candy for the Doc.
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That is some amazing work bro, Rock on
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Thanks.... Here's a couple of photos for here now that the pics are not on my camera anymore....

One of the pics is an LN2 pot I got from a buddy. I'm trying to simulate what this one can do with not as much width. It's massive and makes it hard to use on older stuff with caps near the socket.
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did you freeze that Intel of your yet ?
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Not yet. LN2 comes monday, so hopefully this week I'll have a chance!
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Bummer my guy couldn't come through for me. But Shit happens, I can wait.

in the meantime I've purchased a 990FX Sabo and 6100 FX just to use this design on. And that just arrived and needs sealage yet....

So here's a couple of pics. Enjoy. Rev 3.2 will be on the way soon too!
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