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  1. #1
    Registered LuckySevn's Avatar
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    Another xtreme cooling...not sure if ya'll seen this yet but..

    Xtreme but it'll be a beeotch to keep particles out and maintain...-_-

    Especially when you need to will

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    yes, we've seen this before and beat the topic to death lol, o well, it'll work, but traditional water cooling is far superior in many ways.
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    Registered LuckySevn's Avatar
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    lol i see~sorry for the repeated thread then. Mods can remove this liao~~lol

    But water setup is quite expensive...

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    Member Strida's Avatar
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    It's a sticky slippery mess, literally .

    This is a lot more expensive than a water setup b/c oil would need to be replaced, computer caps break down in oil, dry ice (solid CO2) is used to cool the oil and would need to be replenished, oil is a poor conductor of heat.
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