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    PanaFlow/TEC sandwich on Celeron 400....

    Just wrote up a tutorial on how to make a celery sandwich. Here's a pic for you guys:



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    woohoo!!!

    hey quacker... is that closed-cell foam? how well does it insulate?

    thnx!

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    This is just what I've been looking for.

    When I get my panaflo orb I am thinking of putting a 92mm panaflo fan on it, to help cool the tec.

    What do you think?

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    Duckman did you use an arctic cooer from montac which has predrilled holes or did you take a raw hp turbo cooler and modify that?
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    daveg: The holes in the PanaFlow was machined out when I got it. I think this is a really great cooler. Something in between the slot1 and socket370 Alpha, but a whole lot more silent. Besides, it looks dam cool...

    Machupo: It is a closed cell foam called Aeroflex. I don't know if they sell it where you are, but they gotta have something similiar. I bought a sheet about 1x1m for about 8US$.

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