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Old 09-01-2004, 07:12 PM   #31 (permalink)
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wat is your temperature without the a/c on ur comp?
I usually get about 20-23C idle with the voltage up a bit and the clock at 105, I get 38-43 at Full load or after playing a game for about 2 hours. I just took the AC off it because of all of the talk of condensation, i haven't got any yet but I don't want to risk it.
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Old 09-01-2004, 09:31 PM   #32 (permalink)
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WHOA! u are an artist! neway, thats pretty kewl, but i do have one question, what would make the liquid cool? it would just get hotter and hotter rite?
Well theres a heatsink by I forget which company thats called the DEEP IMPACT that works on the same principle....its filed with this liquid and hey just have fins around the tub containing the liquid.....like I said like a lava lamp...cools down at the top and falls down...captures the heat and rises....so its a cycle of recycling heat....

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vb code but that 3d thing looks very nice but im gonna bet wut u used did most of i 4 u right?
If you were talking about my graphic then no my program didn't, that was photoshop 6 =) I just spent a little more than 10 mins, a total of about 15 on this one =P
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