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  • #69827

    This is awsome, can't wait to see the testing/overclocking

    #82873
    Bob2701
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    WOW…..

    #82878
    ghostamongyou
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    What's next, an aquarium mod?  lol

    #82887
    mrcapncaveman
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    I ve watched all 3 episodes and had my doubts at first, But this just blows me away. Its phenomenal! I am convinced that I will some day do a build like that.

    #82903
    KnowNothingMan
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    To bad Puget systems had to stop making the kits as another company says they are breaking a patent. Is a cool build can't wait for part 4 were the will see the idle temps and how much everything can be overclocked. http://www.pugetsystems.com/nav/aquarium/mATX/customize.php

    #82965
    jtheater
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    Must be nice to have all that cash. 

    #82980
    Admin1
    Guest

    This is nothing new, people have been building these systems for 4-5 years, yes it nice to look at but they are very expensive and the last time I checked  a  high-end custom water cooled build still produced better temps, and was much cheaper to build.

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    #83354
    PM_DMNKLR
    Participant

    I want to see a build like this, but done with liquid oxygen or liquid helium, lol.

    #84164
    altshep123
    Participant

    I swear I’ve seen this done YEARS ago.  It was submerged in a non-conductive oil or gel with pipes that routed to a liquid nitrogen resevoir.  The pipes simply kept the gel well below zero along with all the parts inside. Maybe it was mineral oil???

    #84180
    StaticFX
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    I swear I’ve seen this done YEARS ago.  It was submerged in a non-conductive oil or gel with pipes that routed to a liquid nitrogen resevoir.  The pipes simply kept the gel well below zero along with all the parts inside. Maybe it was mineral oil???

    yeah, mineral oil… I remember first seeing it done many years ago

    #85693
    Sir-diealot
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    I saw this done many years ago, but it still fascinates me. Could you imagine the mess if it leaked though?!

    #86003
    killerj
    Participant

    way cool man for sure.

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