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What's cooler, nitro cooling or oil submergance?
Nitro 45%  45%  [ 9 ]
Nitro 45%  45%  [ 9 ]
Oil 5%  5%  [ 1 ]
Oil 5%  5%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: 31.10.2003 16:03 
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An idea for a new mod. You could either try and make a DIY nitro cooling system. If you used that with an Athlon XP, you could unlock the clock multiplier and overclock beyond your wildest dreams. On the contrary, you could also submerge your entire PC in vegetable oil or canola oil. It's somewhere in the modgallery, but there it's kinda crude. It's just placed in a tupperware container. Maybe you could design a plexi case and add food coloring or something, make it look cool.

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PostPosted: 31.10.2003 23:45 
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ya know, this poll should be asking which one people prefer. Not everyone would know which one's cooler

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PostPosted: 01.11.2003 00:22 
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No, I'm not asking that :roll: . I'm asking the coolness factor. Which one do they think is cooler, like style-wise. It's also a pun :) .

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PostPosted: 02.11.2003 02:26 
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OoooOOOOooOOoooooooooooh! I still stick with the cooking oil bein k00l

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PostPosted: 02.11.2003 06:48 
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overclock so high that the oil will be boiling hot, so that u could use it as a deep fryer. LMAO

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PostPosted: 02.11.2003 07:45 
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Here's an idea - dump ur PC into one of those plastic containers with cooking oil in it, then dunk this into it
http://www.afrotechmods.com/fuxx0red/sn ... nooler.htm
and this should give u nice cool oil that sits still! Lol i guess u'd need to take out the fans if the oil gets too cold :roll:

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PostPosted: 02.11.2003 07:59 
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not bad, not bad. better to use that for a water cooling device, rather than an ice cooler, LMAO. what u could do is put that in a bucket of water with a lid and place the bottle of snapple in that, with the cap on.

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crash wrote:
what u could do is put that in a bucket of water with a lid and place the bottle of snapple in that, with the cap on.


http://www.afrotechmods.com/fuxx0red/sn ... ooler2.htm

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PostPosted: 11.11.2003 16:02 
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Oil cooling would 0wn if done properly with a beastly Athlon or the oc'able (2.6 p4, im not a fan of Intel, mind you). It would be good to see a normal case totaly waterproofed and have oil chucked in with a few thermoelectric cooler's as the replacement of hsf's. The water would float to the top of case because the oil is heavier than water and oil has a much much lower freezing point than water so there would be little worry about that.

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PostPosted: 07.01.2004 21:28 
How exactly does a "DIY nitro cooling system" work?


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PostPosted: 08.01.2004 18:12 
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just what i was thinking

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PostPosted: 13.01.2004 16:21 
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Well, I recently realized that nitro cooling is pretty much impossible now. You'd need a HUGE amount of cryo equipment which I definitely couldn't afford. Evaporation cooling looks a bit better, which is pretty much an air conditioning system hot-rigged to cool a computer. If I ever learn fabrication skills from my grandpa, I could probably build my own and hook it up to my comp. That would be sick.

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