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Old 12-12-2007, 08:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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phase??
Think of phase change as a refrigeration unit for the computer.
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Problem with phase is that

a. it's heavy
b. a unit that will effectively cool a quad core are both expensive and large
c. cost
d. they use a fair amount of power

while they are good because

a. they are colder than ****
b. wicked cool
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Problem with phase is that

a. it's heavy
b. a unit that will effectively cool a quad core are both expensive and large
c. cost
d. they use a fair amount of power

while they are good because

a. they are colder than ****
b. wicked cool
this is true....but also, he has an x2 4000, so he most likely will not need phase change.
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the corsair nautilus is a decent introductory wr setup
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I dunno about a world record setup.
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LOL....hopefully he meant WC.
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hunter aka hmammen if you dont stop showing me up on this forums ill fight you.
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showing you up? i was helping you out little buddy. Hey did you ever get that clock back up? also, i dont have an extra 6 pin adapter, so your gunna have to find one for that card. I will come over tmrw and chill with you. Ill bring my compy over and we can OC the **** outta it.
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i mean first real attempt i got it to 2.9 from a 2ghz CPU so not to bad, but im going to keep at it once i get all my checks cashed.
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new psu would help greatly. you can push the voltage more without exploding that stock psu lol.
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