Discussion in 'Hardware' started by modsquad, 2 Dec 2004.
The rad dunked in dry ice or liquid nitrogen or something?
Dry ice, by the looks of it. You can see the chunks on top of the rad in one picture.
Edit: attualy scratch that im wrong.
Think I remember you posting about that...
Just found these..
Thats it - pour some on the power supply down there for some intense sub zero wattage!
No prototypes. They were only designed for this purpose.
first one yes .. second one no
No noise at all
No .. they are just asking the customers if they want them for the Asus Board.
Shouldn't they be wearing gloves when handling liquid nitrogen?!? "Werdamt! Mein fingers broke straight off! Hilfe mich Hans!"
this is very hard cooling
thats wath i need in my pc
holy thread revival...
no they dont need. liquid nitrogen evaporates extremely fast and even faster when heated. your hand is normally at around 35cish so the liquid nitrogen evaporates before touching your hand, making a cloud or shield of nitrogen protecting your hand from harm.
got this from my dad, he has tons of liquid nirtogen at his work.
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