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Old 07-01-2007, 12:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Though you guys might find this interesting:

Radical CPU Coolers from CoolIT | Tom's Hardware
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radical!!!!
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you might aswell get phase change cooling its about the same size as those coolers
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how much does it cost tho?
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not cheap but they will get your cpu temps down to -50C on load, the cost ranges from about $250 to $1000+ depending on how good the make and model
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Phase change coolers:
Phase Change - FrozenCPU.com *

Eliminator:
Newegg.com - CoolIT SYSTEMS EL-1000 Eliminator Thermoelectric CPU Cooler - Retail


I'd go for the eliminator for the money.
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