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Old 27-12-14, 01:41 PM
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sub zero cooling is damaging the hardware

as you all can imagine with the heat the materials expand and with the cold are shrinking when you close the pc the temperature of the cpu is climbing back to the ambient temperature so the damage will come like or not faster, basically this how the desert is created sub zero temperatures at night much bigger temperatures in day.

For a lasting long pc stay + 1 to +5 above the ambient.

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Old 27-12-14, 02:28 PM
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No mate

Its not meant for day to day use. Its just used for a bit of fun or to break some world records. Of course its going to damage components a bit.
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Old 27-12-14, 02:40 PM
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I think that the cpus used for record breaking if they don't actually die during the setting up they will die shortly after they are being powered off because of that. Still fun submerging a rad under a couple bags of ice though
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Old 27-12-14, 04:03 PM
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No one does sub zero cooling inside a PC. People use workbenches to do it. And its not for everyday use.
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Old 27-12-14, 04:08 PM
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This and the liquid expand thing.

Is this the new BB1?
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Old 27-12-14, 04:22 PM
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This thread should just be locked or removed. There is no constructive relevance or any reason to keep it.
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Old 27-12-14, 04:38 PM
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This thread should just be locked or removed. There is no constructive relevance or any reason to keep it.
Meh, if it means Giatrakis feels a little banhammer looming above without trashing someone elses thread i'm all for it.

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No one does sub zero cooling inside a PC. People use workbenches to do it. And its not for everyday use.
Uh... I do!
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i have seen people make phase coolers out of an old refrigerator/freezer and then hook them up in to a pc case lol.
Not pretty. Definatly not quiet! but quite effective.
personally i try to keep everything at the same temp 24/7
I gave up at trying to have it a constant ambient temp its just not possible with over clocking and processor heavy tasks.
So i keep the system at safe temps and just dont switch it off ever. Atleast then its never cooling down to far.
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Old 21-02-15, 11:59 AM
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i have seen people make phase coolers out of an old refrigerator/freezer and then hook them up in to a pc case lol.
Not pretty. Definatly not quiet! but quite effective.
personally i try to keep everything at the same temp 24/7
I gave up at trying to have it a constant ambient temp its just not possible with over clocking and processor heavy tasks.
So i keep the system at safe temps and just dont switch it off ever. Atleast then its never cooling down to far.
Your PC is on 24/7?
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