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Player1 Nov 5, 09
The phase change coolers are huge.

Even the single stages, are usually the size of a smaller mid tower case. It's very rare that you see one built into the case of the computer.

You'll usually have a long tube, with a copper block coming out of the cooler. This goes into your case (If you're using one) and attaches to your CPU.
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Player1 Nov 5, 09
The phase change coolers are huge.

Even the single stages, are usually the size of a smaller mid tower case. It's very rare that you see one built into the case of the computer.

You'll usually have a long tube, with a copper block coming out of the cooler. This goes into your case (If you're using one) and attaches to your CPU.
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hiigaran Nov 5, 09
holy shit...where the heck is the actual computer? i didnt see any computer parts on the 4 stage.
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hiigaran Nov 5, 09
holy shit...where the heck is the actual computer? i didnt see any computer parts on the 4 stage.
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Player1 Nov 5, 09
quote The Smith
I don't know much on the matter, but I invite you to have a look here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=165728
Lol at that 4-Stage.

I want one that is 52-stage.
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Player1 Nov 5, 09
quote The Smith
I don't know much on the matter, but I invite you to have a look here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=165728
Lol at that 4-Stage.

I want one that is 52-stage.
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The Smith Nov 5, 09
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quote The Smith
Well there are custom phase change units that can keep your CPU under -100C full load, highly overclocked, 24/7. They just use a lot of power
Im interested in more details on this if you don't mind
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You can build your own (not the easiest thing to do)
you have engaged my curiosity. do go on...
I don't know much on the matter, but I invite you to have a look here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=165728
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The Smith Nov 5, 09
quote bphicks123
quote The Smith
Well there are custom phase change units that can keep your CPU under -100C full load, highly overclocked, 24/7. They just use a lot of power
Im interested in more details on this if you don't mind
quote hiigaran
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You can build your own (not the easiest thing to do)
you have engaged my curiosity. do go on...
I don't know much on the matter, but I invite you to have a look here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=165728
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hiigaran Nov 5, 09
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You can build your own (not the easiest thing to do)
you have engaged my curiosity. do go on...
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hiigaran Nov 5, 09
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You can build your own (not the easiest thing to do)
you have engaged my curiosity. do go on...
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Player1 Nov 5, 09
It's basically (Very basically because I don't feel like writing a lot write now) the thing on the back of a refrigerator.

You can build your own (not the easiest thing to do) or you can buy one. (Expensive)

Unless you want to do extreme OC, they're not worth the money.

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Player1 Nov 5, 09
It's basically (Very basically because I don't feel like writing a lot write now) the thing on the back of a refrigerator.

You can build your own (not the easiest thing to do) or you can buy one. (Expensive)

Unless you want to do extreme OC, they're not worth the money.

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bphicks123 Nov 5, 09
quote The Smith
Well there are custom phase change units that can keep your CPU under -100C full load, highly overclocked, 24/7. They just use a lot of power
Im interested in more details on this if you don't mind
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bphicks123 Nov 5, 09
quote The Smith
Well there are custom phase change units that can keep your CPU under -100C full load, highly overclocked, 24/7. They just use a lot of power
Im interested in more details on this if you don't mind
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