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Old 08-19-2007, 02:06 AM   #31 (permalink)
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It's called liters of liquid nitrogen, and copper heatpipes, insulted with foam.
or just a vertical copper tube with liquid nitrogen in it
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i'd be happy to get 3.5GHz with my G0 Quad on air. i'll add water cooling later.
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I'll be happy if I can get my E6600 to 4.0GHz! But I doubt that'll happen. Unless I can get my motherboard right now then I'll probably give it a try.
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my mobo isnt very gd for overcloking, theres a limit to how much voltage i can add top my CPU,
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my mobo isnt very gd for overcloking, theres a limit to how much voltage i can add top my CPU,
DFI NF4 Ultra or SLI series is best for 939.
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i wont buy another 939 board as i kind of see it as a waste of money, might as well pay and get a AM2 or 775 board with new CPU and RAM
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i wont buy another 939 board as i kind of see it as a waste of money, might as well pay and get a AM2 or 775 board with new CPU and RAM
That's the way to go! :happy:
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it is, when these guys do do extreme overcloking why cant they run coretemp instead of cpuz before it craps out? i would find it interesting to see what temo they run at with liquid nitrogen at that speed
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would be nice if a really expensive heatsink n fan could sustain the 5GHz instead of liquid nitrogen.
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it is, when these guys do do extreme overcloking why cant they run coretemp instead of cpuz before it craps out? i would find it interesting to see what temo they run at with liquid nitrogen at that speed
Probably, somwhere around -100C.
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