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Old 04-14-2005, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=1985

Freakin crazy lol....don't much care for SLI, but whatever, this guy is making a rather neat project out of it and using phase change. Just looks perty co0
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i want one.
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Holly cow!!!:drool::drool::freak:I wonder what that system will push out.
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Huge numbers you can bet on that lol
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whats phase change and what are the evaporators for, why does he need fast evaporation
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I don't know all the details of phase change, I believe it carries the hot air away from the CPU, changes it into water, cools it down somehow to extremely freezing temperatures, somewhere along the line changes it back into a gas, and then sends the uber cool air back to the CPU.

Saw it a few hours ago (you and I are on the same page Mr. Nubioso ), quite impressive, I don't know how the hell these people obtain so much money to blow on such insane ideas though.
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Phase change is something I should try

EDIT: I do have a FULL workshop and could easily make those plexiglass cases.
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Phase change is something I should try

Or I should try nitrogen vapor cooling, since I am the one who thought about it, why cool just the CPU when you can cool the whole PC?
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Heh cool their developing phase change cooling for drywall
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Old 04-15-2005, 12:28 AM   #10 (permalink)
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man, do you know how expensive one of those are??
i wish i can afford one. but i dont think my crappy computer could keep up with it... haha
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