Non-ConDUCKtive Fluid

@ 2003/06/25
it just looks unbelievable to see a computer work when submersed in a bassin of some fluid

It looks cool but i wonder if it would cool enough when you're doing some huge overclocking actions considering that it reaches 38°c after half an hour of idling. And with the hot ambient temps at this moment i think it will be a few degrees more.
Comment from Da_BoKa @ 2003/07/01
no actually i saw one working in oil, i don't know how or what temp

greetz
Comment from Vorda @ 2003/06/30
Yeah, but oil will fry your pc
Comment from Da_BoKa @ 2003/06/27
oil is alsow non conductive

greetz
Comment from jmke @ 2003/06/25
by actively cooling the liquid you could reach pretty good temps imho
maybe create a seperate watercooling to have a pelted radiator and pump to push the fluid around & bring the temps down

 

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