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    liquide nitrogen cooled cpu ( -197 eg. celcius)

    Hi

    I'am a dutch student at de university of technologie in eindhoven ( netherlands)
    Last week i cooled my amd k6-2 with liquide nitrogen of ( - 197 degc or -332.6 deg f.)
    and i tried to overclock it to its max. Are you intrested in pictures of results feel free to mail me

    demisoft@zonnet.nl

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    Hey! I want to see what you did... send them over to me!

    katmai@i-manila.com

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    hey,
    i wanna see it too
    email me at kshii@singnet.com.sg

    thanks

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    right here...thanx
    kaslamdunk@aol.com

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    Same here, I wanna see it too, I wanna see it too.

    mthorburn@sprint.ca

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    [This message has been edited by Mike T (edited 10-29-99).]

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    I wanna see to. jopey@rochester.rr.com

    Better yet why not make it a post for every one to see......................
    whatever

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    Mike T... you ain't a member yet! From what I can here, you're still in the junior category!

    A few more posts will do the trick!

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    wow -197o C. is impressive... I noticed you said that you "tried" to o/c your cpu to its max. Unfortunatly, k6's usually dont o/c that well (actually they o/c worth ****). I know you prolly dont have one and are not made of money but I would be really really curious to know how your set up would work on something like say.. a ppga celery. 366 and 400 come to mind but I think pretty much any celeron will o/c at -197o c. beyond 600MHz would be very realistic.

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    If I am not mistaken, -197c refers to the temperature of the Liq Nitro not the CPU, right? I feels like an idiot asking this if that's really the CPU temp.. -197c??? holy sh?@#$t! If not, I'll be interested to know what the after-cooling CPU temp is..

    Does ANYTHING work under this temp? It's like I can preserve my body for 2e10 years under this temp... Just wondering..

    I wanna see pic too!!! k4lam99@hotmail.com

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    Call me skeptical, but I have a hard time believing that you could cool a cpu w/Liq N2. It would be so cold that if you tapped it it would break. I would guess that just bringing back up to room temperature would cause cracks and fissures in it. If you could bring a cpu to -300F and leave it at room temp, it's approx the same as putting it into a 375F oven (figuring room temp at about 75F). It can't be good for it (this from a person who used to do a show with Liq. N2)...

    Granted it could be possible, but I am very skeptical to say the least...
    I call it "No-Pants Wonderday," but it turns out the police just call it "Thursday." Go figure.

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    Yup, demisoft musta been smokin some of that "skunk" when he tried that.

    But we really must know!!! Come on demisoft, give it up!!

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    oh yeah?? well... well... I put my computer in the freezer!!! just kiddin

    nishana@escape.ca

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    Hey Toolbox I thought it took only 10 posts to become a member??????

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    Dude,

    Forget about emailing them to everyone! Get one of those free webspace things and make a simple webpage for it. It'll save time for you and make it easier to view. If you dont feel like that though, email me that stuff:

    quantax@zerg.com



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