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  1. #1
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    Funny idea......

    I havent really had any experience overclocking, but I do know a little bit about it. I just had a thought. Would it be a good cooling method [good meaning effective, not good meaning logical] to get one of those tiny freezers and put everything [obviously 'cept all I/O devices] inside?
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    Don't mean to be smart

    If it's been done once, it's been done a hundred times.

    There was even a company selling a small fridge modded to be a case.

    Somebody here has don it too, but I can't remember who and don't have a link.
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    arn't Promies effectivly tiny freezers which you attach to your CPU?

    Sub zero cooling is nice, but does bring its own problems, gives whole new meaning to the term "oh no, my computer has frozen"
    AHHH, I think my computer's got a Virus!

    Oh no, that's Windows XP

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    You have to be careful about condensatino.
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