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    Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

    WHICH CPU DID U USE that was on 16C ?

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      Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

      In all of my testing I used an Intel QX6700. I think that image was taken when the proc was running at default speed and voltage. It was also idle in the BIOS so don't expect numbers like that even when idling inside of Windows.

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        Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

        Thank you.

        What were the temps inside windows\@100%\overclocked ?

        How good this system is on hardcore conditions ?

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          Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

          Hi Chris, I also have a question, did you take any dBA readings for the compressor?
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            Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

            I can't really talk about temps right now since the the sample I have is not the final revision.

            The system is completely silent as long as everything is screwed down correctly. If not then vibration becomes a problem.

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              Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

              Originally posted by chrisram View Post
              The system is completely silent as long as everything is screwed down correctly. If not then vibration becomes a problem.
              Sounds good, looking forward to more info as it emerges, thanks for replying

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                Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

                Whatever became of this?

                Thanks!

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                • #9
                  Re: Exclusive Preview of Thermaltake Xpressar Phase Change Unit

                  not to worry forgot about this
                  Introduction - Xpressar Refrigeration System & Xaser Chassis | [H]ard|OCP

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