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Uploaded: 08.10.2007 19:43
Categories: Other Computer Components

Solarfall - uuteen kuivajää ajoon valmistelu/ yet another dry ice run preparation ;) 
kamat/gear: 
dfi lanparty ut p35- t2r
cellshock ddr

uuteen kuivajää ajoon valmistelu/ yet another dry ice run preparation ;)
kamat/gear:
dfi lanparty ut p35- t2r
cellshock ddr2 pc8000 (cl4) 2gb kit
c2d e6700
dryice/ln2 container made by illkahy (lapped by me)

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03.09.2008 18:40 pAbnComments in english, and you can do it by yourself.
03.09.2008 18:39 VaraosaPaljon maksoi toi kupari putki ja mistä noita saa suomesta?
18.03.2008 22:19 naake1why dont you use that transoiper cooling ?
09.10.2007 20:56 Solarfallyeah propably whont use the copper plate at any point, i was just curious that does it work at all..beleave me guys cooling the mobos components wont be a broblem for me i have a really good subly of powerful fans :D
09.10.2007 20:43 In a way it might be wery good to use that copper plate with co2/ln2/compressor cooling, if it doesn't freeze up the chipset totally, but is it worth of losing some of the cooling capacity from cpu to chipset..
09.10.2007 20:41 I'm testing that mobo on air with zalman 9700.. So first of all the copper plate can't be installed and second the cpu is hotter than chipset so theres no mind in heating up the chipset :) (Teaser: Review comming up soon @ Skenegroup.net ;)
09.10.2007 16:11 Solarfall@Makekaze yep the transpiper thingy is pretty effective.. i've used it in the SB heatsink. btw have any of you guys used the copper plate that can be installed on top of the cpu ?? does it make any kind of difference in temps ??
09.10.2007 14:01 and you have the "transpiper" to ve used in cooling also.. personally I have found it as pretty effective :)
08.10.2007 20:41 Solarfallhmm dont worry about that mate i will be using 1 of those huge 38mm thick fans that you see on the backround for NB cooling.. they can push 130cfm ;)
08.10.2007 20:39 s0lidNow we're talking :D
08.10.2007 20:34 RiotBladeNB dont need extra cooling? (sorry if this is stupid queston)
08.10.2007 20:31 Solarfalli will probably try to run some numbers next week.. i also have a e6850 that is just beggin to be cooled by dice ;)
08.10.2007 19:47 kazooWe will be waiting for results :) Looks very good.