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Old 25-03-14, 10:25 AM
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Talking n00b sub zero cooling

my first time sub zero cooling
metal coffee pot lid, blue tack, tooth paste,ice from refrigiator and water

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Old 25-03-14, 11:00 AM
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I properly LOL'd at this!
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Old 25-03-14, 11:14 AM
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wut. Atleast your cpu is now minty fresh.
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Why tooth paste? Did yiu get it below zero? Lol
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Lol, Please make a vid of you actually doing this
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Blu-tac stops the condensation moisture - massively funny Dude!
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Old 25-03-14, 03:17 PM
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I got down to i think 8c idle according to asus ai suite which combines cpu temp with socket temp. Not quite sub zero but good enough total cost was £0, and i got to 5.1 ghz and 1.55v on amd a6-6400k

And yes, the mobo is dead but because of a diffrent reason. I bent the cpu SOCKET pins on AMD motherboard. Never seen anyone else with amd motherboard that had bent pins DDDD
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I got down to i think 8c idle according to asus ai suite which combines cpu temp with socket temp. Not quite sub zero but good enough total cost was £0, and i got to 5.1 ghz and 1.55v on amd a6-6400k
lol not bad you could of used it to make some tea, sure tom would be up for it lol
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and btw, right now im making dice pot out of old intel heatsink
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