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General peltier questions

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Martok

New Member
Joined
Feb 7, 2001
Hi,

I am attempting to overclock
a dual pentium III 850
(100mhz) chip on an Abit
VP6 motherboard. I got it to
903 MHZ but it's unstable
after that point. It's
running at about 45c so I'm
trying to cool it down and
hopefully get more out of it.

My question is I've read a
lot of peltier information
and from my understanding,
the peltier heatsync combo
has to be right. I'm
wondering if anyone wouldn't
mind recommending a specific
peltier heatsync combo which
I can get online. I am
currently using two golden
orb fans which work alright
but can I do better?

Thanks in advance,
Shane
 

dimmreaper

Senior Member
Joined
Dec 16, 2000
Location
home
Sure, you could go with aircooled peltiers.

But the ladies dig water cooling. At least that's what Tom Leufken keeps telling me*.

Plus, with wet cooling, their is no need for another space consuming PSU. All you need to do is find a place for the radiator and water pump.

If your really crazy, like me, and proze. Might want to throw some peltiers under the waterblocks.

[1]*totaly false, made-up, fictional story, but it's funney[/1]