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TEC on gf2 pro

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wildbilly2k

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whatkind of cooling would i need on my gf2 to peltier cool it with lets say a 40w peltier? Right now i have a blorb but i dont think that will cover it in the least bit so im thinking about putting a stock 1.2 ghz tbird cpu hsf.
 
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wildbilly2k

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ok so your saying that the blue orb can cool it or the 486 heat sink with the fan can cool it
 
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wildbilly2k

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sweet guys thanx im going to frys electronics to get the TEC and then home depot to get plastic washer for the heat sink
 
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wildbilly2k

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ok ill just get a 60 then
but i got a quick question i know my power supply can handle a peltier cause it is a 480w but should i just connect the peltier to the 5 volt line? or does it depend on the one i get
 

JFettig

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you do need a cold plate.................... unless the peltier isnt larger than the chip itself...
 
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wildbilly2k

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cool thanx but guess what happened when i got to frys today
i saw some pc3200 corsair ram on sale along with the asus a7v8x

oops
 

Warlord2

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haha cool

hey tell us how the mobo performs, Ive been looking at the one for awhile but I just saw p4 price cuts:eek: 2.5ghz for $220 and you can oc to 3.2ghz with just plane watercooling, cant wait to see what it will do with supercooling:eh?: