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Mar 15, 2001
Mt. Brudges, Ontario, CA
got my 2 300's connected in a Y connection and i have my 200 running all of my drives. Thats a total of 800WATT"S!! :). this got me stable @ 1125 (7.5*150) on my duron 700. now i wana see how high i can get a 1.133 :)
I'd be carefull how you implement that... you'd have to have a lot of cooling to keep everything from thawing under load and shorting out. Of coarse, you could always submerge the entire system. I saw a system filled with mineral oil that was cooled by two 172W peltiers (which were in turn cooled buy a normal water setup. They had a TBird running at about 3C and the rest of the thing (including Video Card) running at well below freezing. The site used to be at http://www.hardwareoc.com/submersed.htm , but I can't seem to get to it right now... maybe it will be working when you read this. Just don't put your drives in that stuff too. Good luck.