Make some noise and some frozen processor pops

Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 19, 2006 - 01:13 PM |

Give Guru of 3D a minute of you time and they will wow you.  After maiming a Lian-Li case, they insert an Asetek Vapochill LS, and push an Athlon FX-57 to the limit.

"Processor cooling can be a hip thing to do. To go way beyond a normal overclock .. you need to cool

that CPU below zero degrees C and that's where the Asetek LS comes in. It's the most expensive and

noisiest cooling solution around. It's difficult to install as you'll need to mod your case, you'll

have to do crazy stuff with your CPU ... but the result really is simple, you can cool down the

processor with a -54 Degrees C cooling block on that AMD heatspreader and that my friends is such a

fun experience you won't believe it."

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Source: Guru of 3D

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