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  1. Sounds like "top scores no need".
  2. The 60th result is 18.2 hwpoints for your profile. If you submit anything scored lower it will not affect your rankings. But it will be added to hw masters rankings.
  3. RTFM, please, before noob posting.
  4. If you can post FB-DIMMs in any other board we'll discuss it.
  5. It will be interesting project. You need to make a quiet huge 2kW heat exchanger anyway. And another one for the second stage large enough for 4-5 250W or what you've got TEC modules. As for tubes - copper ones usually are used. You can use R13/R23/R502 or R508b. Although they still can kill you, if the pressure rises high enough
  6. That means ~700W of heat for second stage (-45c) and ~2000W of heat for first (-20c) stage. Your AC unit is too weak for this I think. Classic gas cascade unit will be cheaper and easier to build.
  7. As TaPaKaH says, Voltage scaling make sense. I've got a stick of CH-5 that do 265@3.3v and a stick of BH-5 capable for 255@3.3v. But if you up voltage to 3.8 both sticks are equal and capable for 275 2-2-2-5.
  8. I see you've got 0.5 hw points on 939. In scale of 100 it's 0.5%, maybe it counts as 0 after rounding.
  9. I've got a thermometer that always shows 28 degrees
  10. Stop worrying about leagues and your life will be easier.
  11. Oh, yeah, you're right. I read you wrong. I think, that you write "below zero", not "below ambient".
  12. It's a simple physics - dew point. With such temps and humidity you need a few degrees below ambient to have a condensate. When you cool down more - you have a lot. Haven't got any problem at winter, cause humidity and temps are lower.
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