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Old 17-02-11, 08:58 PM
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Still fine with me. Need some decent hardware. Be a great way to advertise the bench team too.

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Old 18-02-11, 10:04 PM
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Joking, 20,000 people in one room can't be too good for airflow
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Old 25-02-11, 09:15 PM
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How can you be "under sub-zero" Just joking.

Just a random question?

Err.. what if you get a tower style cooler eg. Megahalems and drill through the heatpipes, link them at the bottom and have liquid nitrogen flowing through them? Is there such a cooler out there?
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How can you be "under sub-zero" Just joking.

Just a random question?

Err.. what if you get a tower style cooler eg. Megahalems and drill through the heatpipes, link them at the bottom and have liquid nitrogen flowing through them? Is there such a cooler out there?
Prbaly could but would be completly pointless, mayaswell just get a LN2 block proably endup cheaper buy the time you have fafed with the megahalmes.
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Old 02-03-11, 08:12 PM
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H20 24/7 not sub zero.

But im benching on ln2 or dice allmost every weekend

Only have a 50 liter ln2 dewar hoping to find a bigger storage tank soon.

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Nice mate =)

Don't suppose you already have a team at HWBot? Always looking for new members =D

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Nice mate =)

Don't suppose you already have a team at HWBot? Always looking for new members =D
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Old 07-03-11, 09:43 AM
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tom a live feed would be great!

only done water and air and phase need to get into sub
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Old 18-09-11, 09:17 AM
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Under phase here, have been for the last 7 or 8 years (although not with the rotary in the pic)

Built this one about 18 months ago. Holds a 975 at 5ghz 24/7 stable and a 990x at 5ghz 24/7 stable.

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Old 18-09-11, 04:00 PM
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Under phase here, have been for the last 7 or 8 years (although not with the rotary in the pic)

Built this one about 18 months ago. Holds a 975 at 5ghz 24/7 stable and a 990x at 5ghz 24/7 stable.
Thats a pretty nice setup you have there

It's only a single stage rotary unit?
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