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Zertz Nov 4, 09
quote hiigaran
alright, so you get the world records in overclocking from such cooling methods, but what is the record for overclocking using a sustainable method such as air or TEC? while its impressive to see processors reach such heights, for obvious reasons it is impractical as a home user. any info on this?
That's what we do in every other review
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Zertz Nov 4, 09
quote hiigaran
alright, so you get the world records in overclocking from such cooling methods, but what is the record for overclocking using a sustainable method such as air or TEC? while its impressive to see processors reach such heights, for obvious reasons it is impractical as a home user. any info on this?
That's what we do in every other review
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hiigaran Nov 4, 09
im talking about extreme overclocking with the best cooler that does not have to be replenished after every few minutes. basically, the whole overclocking thing like the TWKR with the best overclocking RAM, best overclocking CPU, and best overclocking mobo, but with the type of coolers mentioned. i know you guys do it with the hardware you review, but basically im wondering about the best of the best.
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hiigaran Nov 4, 09
im talking about extreme overclocking with the best cooler that does not have to be replenished after every few minutes. basically, the whole overclocking thing like the TWKR with the best overclocking RAM, best overclocking CPU, and best overclocking mobo, but with the type of coolers mentioned. i know you guys do it with the hardware you review, but basically im wondering about the best of the best.
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The Smith Nov 5, 09
quote hiigaran
im talking about extreme overclocking with the best cooler that does not have to be replenished after every few minutes. basically, the whole overclocking thing like the TWKR with the best overclocking RAM, best overclocking CPU, and best overclocking mobo, but with the type of coolers mentioned. i know you guys do it with the hardware you review, but basically im wondering about the best of the best.
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
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The Smith Nov 5, 09
quote hiigaran
im talking about extreme overclocking with the best cooler that does not have to be replenished after every few minutes. basically, the whole overclocking thing like the TWKR with the best overclocking RAM, best overclocking CPU, and best overclocking mobo, but with the type of coolers mentioned. i know you guys do it with the hardware you review, but basically im wondering about the best of the best.
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
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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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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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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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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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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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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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