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    Default extreme "water" cooling

    since liquid nitrogen is "liquid" could it be possible to load it into a watercooling kit? or at least put an external reservoir in a bucket of it and super glue it to the floor to prevent spilling .....
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    I don't know much about liquid nitrogen cooling, but i'd imagine the problem here is that it doesn't last very long i think, not to mention that a typical watercooling kit would burn at those temps, the tubing couldn't take it i'm sure. You'd have major problems with condensation but thats normal for these extreme cooling setups.

    Basically i'm not the right person to explan this as i dont know myself, but i know it won't work!

    What I've seen done in the past is for those who want to use LN2 is they make a special heatsink with a long tube and pour in the LN2 into this for a period of an hour or so, its never a long term solution, just a really good way to go for world records.

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    liquid nitrogen + computer parts = bad O.O.... The phase change uses some sort of liquid...but i forgot what. The liquid changes forms thus taking alot....and I mean ALOT of heat off of whatever your cooing.

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    doesn't start as a liquid, that's the end result of the phase change process, it starts as a gas. there are many types, like R404, etc.

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