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    Default The most awesome water cooling idea

    Ok Ill run you through my idea. This idea would cost thousands of dollars and months of tinkering. Ill run you through my idea.


    Ok this is my idea. The motherboard and 3.5/2.5 drives would be in a massive case/thing. Here several pipes would flow mineral oil or another substance that wont destroy your system over all your parts. At the bottom of the case pumps would push the liquid several thin tubes into a refridgerator sized steel case that would cool the liquid down with liquid nitrogen. The thin tube would be in a hose circular shape that would go through the case edges to the bottom. Then the tubes would lead back to the case pouring onto the mobo and drives. Dragged on with several pumps of course. Therefore creating a system cooled to near 0 celcius AND BELOW!

    I AM NOT GOING TO CREATE SOMETHING LIKE THIS. I AM JUST SHARING A IDEA. THANK YOU FOR READING.

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    Default Re: The most awesome water cooling idea

    Many people have thought of active refrigeration. Outside of the cost and space issue, there is also the condensation problem that you are going to have to fight against. And if you submerge it in oil, it ****s your parts, no way around it. Oil doesn't even cool down that well, so that is another issue. It also isn't a great heat conductor. Let's just say there are a lot of problems to this idea that has been had time and time again.

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    Default Re: The most awesome water cooling idea

    Let me ask you this. How much is your PC and you want to use/build a cooler that is cost 10x or 20x more than the computer.

    Is that make sense to you?

    It's a personal computer, it's not fricking nuclear PC you know.

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    Default Re: The most awesome water cooling idea

    Like I said just a idea, there could be another cooling liquid or gas. It could be a cooler that would cool a quantum computer so that the atoms dont string out too far due to large amounts of heat causing the atoms to compulse violently that could end in a nuclear explosion/meltdown. Plus quantum computers are MUCH SMALLER MUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCH Smaller. Think of this. You have 2 entangled atoms. With this you can call this a 0 1 or 23 and so on. These 2 atoms can actually compute. THATS RIGHT. The atoms can be 01 at the same time so infinitely more powerful. If we dont destroy our selves over greed or warfare, we could morph ourselves into a higher being using these computers as a new concous. Thank you for reading. If you want to know more about quantum computers theres plenty of stuff on it on the science channel

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    Default Re: The most awesome water cooling idea

    LN2 does not last very long, you have to keep adding more. There's already a company that sells systems that are completely submerged in oil, which are very expensive, and came out 3-4 yrs ago. Still waiting to see what your 1st build looks like, everyone takes photos of their first build, so lets see a photo with you standing next to your first build, I've never seen any one that did a great job on their first build, not have photos, so you must have taken photos before selling it, post a few for us to see.

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