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Welcome to the Cooling & OC messageboard!

Welcome to the cooling and over-clocking messageboard!

This board is for posting of computer system cooling and overclocking related posts.

Overclocking of your computer can damage your system and we take no responsibility for that.

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  • DrewDrew Posts: 1Member
    : Welcome to the cooling and over-clocking messageboard!
    :
    : This board is for posting of computer system cooling and overclocking related posts.
    :
    : Overclocking of your computer can damage your system and we take no responsibility for that.
    : [blue][italic][b]/WEBMASTER[/b][/italic][/blue]
    :


    I've seen a few ideas on cooling that I question the sanity of. 1. Using water lines and a radiator system to cart heat from the cpu, hard drive and video card. 2. Placing the Case in the refrigerator and running the electrical lines out through a hole in the side of the thing sealed with silicone.

    What I want to do is use a thermal cooling chip from one of those portable refrigerators as a cpu cooler. They run on 12 Volts DC. No fluids, just heat transfer technology from NASA.

    What do you think ?
    Signed;
    DREW
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