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Old 05-07-14, 08:09 AM
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i do know about 8 years ago something in the blue pigment used to allow an arc or electricity to be built up and it served like a static capacitor. It was not an issue but the only removed it cos they found a cheaper pigment.

From what i had seen on a few sites.
That explains that one then, thanks for that info remember300.

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Old 05-07-14, 08:20 PM
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i only read it on a few sites i don't think i've ever visited again so as i said don't quote me but i do know metal has been used as pigment colouring for decades, if not longer. And things like titanium oxide is used to make white paint brilliant white.
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I would consider Mayonaise as a better alternative compared to toothpaste...
I had to go with Mayo for a week because I forgot I had no paste other than the crappy CoolerMaster V1 Value, when I de-dusted my rig
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Get ready for my next project but this time involving a fish tank pump
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Get ready for my next project but this time involving a fish tank pump
Oh god can't wait! Did the blu tack work well because I'm going to be buying a full loop soon and I'm still planning on 24/7 sub zero with a peltier or 2 .
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Oh god can't wait! Did the blu tack work well because I'm going to be buying a full loop soon and I'm still planning on 24/7 sub zero with a peltier or 2 .
It did lol there was some condensation going on on the outside of the coffee pot lid and if it was going to come down on the motherboard, bluetack would of protected it

Are you really? What crazy overclocks are you going for ?

so many crazy projects i have done in the past year
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Old 06-08-14, 08:48 PM
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It did lol there was some condensation going on on the outside of the coffee pot lid and if it was going to come down on the motherboard, bluetack would of protected it

Are you really? What crazy overclocks are you going for ?

so many crazy projects i have done in the past year
Well I think the liquid would be sub ambient atleast because I know that the rad in the loop will end up heating up the chilled liquid. I just want to be able to run my fans low and keep the inferno cool for once in its life. I just hope I don't get much condensation or someone can tell me how to automate the volts going into it like a PWM fan would be.
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There you go, you don't always need fancy pots and products to get some results. GJ!
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Haha, great job :)
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