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Has anyone ever heard of watercooling your computer?
puppy_love Jun-05-01 10:34 AM
Its a nifty way to cool your cpu, making it so much easier to overclock. I found some interesting reading if anyone would like to see for themselves over at www.overclockers.com and www.aquastealth.com . Happy Overclocking!

1. RE: Has anyone ever heard of watercooling your computer?
nbc Jun-05-01 10:43 AM
In response to message 0
Check out this link for an example of how to use water to keep your cpu cool.

To be honest it sounds like a lot of work for a 10% gain in performance!

http://www.overclockers.com.au/techstuff/16oct99.shtml


2. RE: Has anyone ever heard of watercooling your computer?
Puppy_Love Jun-05-01 04:23 PM
In response to message 1
Actually its a lot easier if you buy the kit from www.aquastealth.com, its a complete setup without much work involved.

3. RE: Has anyone ever heard of watercooling your computer?
deerslayer Jun-12-01 02:41 PM
In response to message 1
I will take the traditional air cooling thanks. I nkow guys that use water cooling but it is not for me.

Pentium 3 1000 @ 1178, Abit bx-133, 128 Mb Mushkin Rev.3 cas 2-2-2, Visiontek GeForce 3 Air Cooled.


4. RE: Has anyone ever heard of watercooling your computer?
tockert Jun-16-01 08:12 AM
In response to message 3
A kid that works for me has an AMD 600 duron over clocked to 1 gig. He is using water cooling and a peltier. Has been running stable for about 5 months now.
Can be done.

5. RE: Has anyone ever heard of watercooling your computer?
deerslayer Jun-18-01 10:14 AM
In response to message 3
Before I bought my P3, I had a 633@1055, I ran it like this 100% of the time, stable. I now have it in another pc running the same clock.


Pentium 3 1000 @ 1178, Abit bx-133, 128 Mb Mushkin Rev.3 cas 2-2-2, Visiontek GeForce 3 Air Cooled.


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