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    i'll pay someone $10 to lick there coldplate while they're on and have a pic of it

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    I licked my finger an froze it on, does that count?

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    My frosty pics with my ghetto phase change, Maxxoverclocker and I did this with "Dr. Air"


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    condensation

    i kind of new with extreme cooling how do you keep condensation form frying the processors

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyj249
    i kind of new with extreme cooling how do you keep condensation form frying the processors
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    i've heard you should use some kind of sponge pad on the cooling block is that true, and what do you guys use

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    These arn't mine but they're so cool I had to post em. These are Dani's posted over @ XS.





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    Phasechange cooling does look the buisiness, but how much would it cost to set up and more to the point what are the overclocks like compared to normal cooling or water cooling?

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    dripping water on the block is fun too... it freezes really fast, and then cracks appart as it goes down to the evap temperature. Here is some frosty water on my evap.
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    Very weak frosty pic, only had it running for like 4 min.


    Ive had close to a half inch of frost on there before, never took a pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackhawk397
    I have a 55 mm peltier and am trying to cool soda, but the hot peltier side gets too hot! How do I fix this. I already tried using an old comp. fan, but it didn't work. HELP!!!
    For starters you could try using less voltage. dont need 72 full Watts to cool a can of soda
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    this is what -105c looks like
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