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  1. #1
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    Got the peltier insulation tutorial done on OCN!

    Check it out guys!

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    Looks great. I actually made a similar thing with the PanaFlow. Haven't got the pics yet, but it sure looks COOL...
    Made my friends Celeron400 run at 600

    Duckman

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    You talk about a 300a at 558mhz. What mobo are you using to get that? Also, I have a peltier and I have no idea what it is rated at. When I got it, it was a kit and the peltier was attached to an aluminum heat sink. Any ideas? thanks!

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    Abit BE6-II motherbaord. What was the name of the manufacturer and model number of the peltier kit?
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