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    Default Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    Does anyone know a cooler that would cool down a computer with liquid nitrogen vapor?

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    Default Re: Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    No, but like most extreme cooling preferences, you would have to stand over your pc with a bucket of Liquid Nitrogen, and it's not cheap stuff either.
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    Default Re: Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    And why would you need a LN2 build ? your not an overclocker. Stick to your original plans, and you'll be fine, besides, using a highly overclocked chip with LN, or even DICE can degrade a chip after several runs.

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    Default Re: Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    DICE
    dry ice?

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    Default Re: Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    dry ice?
    Yeah.
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    Default Re: Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    LN2 would be terrible for anything other than a benchmark rig for overclocking other than that its useless. If you really want something cool get a phase change setup.

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    Default Re: Liq. Nitrogen cooler

    i wouldnt mess with that stuff. Watercooling is extreme enough for me lol.
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