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Old 25th June 2003, 21:50   #1
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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 38c after half an hour of idling. And with the hot ambient temps at this moment i think it will be a few degrees more.
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Old 25th June 2003, 22:03   #2
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by actively cooling the liquid you could reach pretty good temps in my humble opinion
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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Old 27th June 2003, 12:09   #3
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oil is alsow non conductive

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Old 30th June 2003, 10:27   #4
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Yeah, but oil will fry your pc
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Old 1st July 2003, 07:58   #5
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no actually i saw one working in oil, i don't know how or what temp

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