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10-10-02, 02:25 AM
for those who havent seen it ...
10-10-02, 10:58 AM
Cool (Pun intended.) So we know what is possible in this case.
How do you turn it into a practical daily operation? :)
hmm, i think he may have a slight condensation problem. I'm just waiting for someone to try that and have their processor shatter :D
thats been out for months now..
has anyone seen 2.8ghz liquid nitrogen cooled?
i want to see how far that would go.. :p
10-10-02, 10:30 PM
that is utterly ridiculous.
and i like it!
10-11-02, 01:12 AM
Just a slight condensation problem...
The thing looks like something from star trek:D
that's not even condensation.... that's just frozen! hehe isn't condensation referred to something that's liquid? I dunno but I like it, too! :)
10-11-02, 07:58 PM
kinda looks like my avatar:)
c00l... but increadibly unpractical, expensive, dangerous and utterly useless. Whats the point of taking your cpu up that high if you cant feep it there??? Nitrogen looses its cooling power after some use and becomes useless... I prefer R740 (argon) Coming in with a weight of approximately 40 and a boiling point of -182C, it is easily compressed and, used in conjunction with 25% R134, has a weight which is easily used in a standard air condensed system with less than 300 psi. This has a lot of common potential...
I think these kinda things are hillarious.
I love seeing them, cause then I know it really can be done, and I wasn't the one to do it.
sometimes, it truely is better to sit back and let someone else do the work. in this case... wow.
those guys are crazy.
10-12-02, 05:56 PM
10-12-02, 08:06 PM
kenji did you just quote my article?
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