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    Default Phase Change

    When using a Phase Change set up to cool a CPU
    what about Northbridge. Do NB or other components
    require more robust cooling other than stock to keep up.

    Do you see my point. The CPU is sub 0 and is massively
    overclockable. But the other components must be able
    scale up as well. Is it a matter of carefully choosing
    the other components or is specialized cooling required
    for everything else as well.
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    Most of the pics I've seen of commercially available Phase units seem to have liquid cooled everything else on MB + Graphics...the more extreme chill the liquid...The most extreme build their own and Phase anything they can.

    One intereting build I've been watching has applied Phase cooling to the cpu and gpu's and then to the enclosure itself so the rest is air cooled (well nitrogen actually) and he hopes to get this down around -40 deg C !!

    I guess it all depends on how extreme you want to go
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