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Old 01-18-2004, 05:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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is there a method of cooling in between air cooling a water?
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I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but...

I'd imagine, you could you a little of each, if you wanted. For example...you could have your CPU water cooled, and have your case, board and vid. card air/fan cooled.
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I think he means something more effective than air cooling but less effective than water cooling, like a different system.
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Well, I'm not sure there are any other choices for cooling. The three types of cooling that i know about are water, air/fan, and passive/heatpipe... the latter is the quietest, but also not as effective as the first two.
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I think he means something more effective than air cooling but less effective than water cooling, like a different system.
that is what i mean... i dont want to experiment with watercooling till i get a new pc and can risk this one... but i caint cool much more with air and it restrics my over clocing capabilitiys... i have a p4 2ghz oc at 2.4 ghz any more and i crash
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is 2.4 ghz on a p4 2ghz on a ga-8iexp mobo good?
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