I recently wrote an article on my mdd to G5 case conversion. I have a part 2 in the works, BUT, I was so excited by the progress, I had to post. After an hour of running four programs continuiously here are my temperatures: CPUs 45.1 C HD1 27.0 C HD2 33.0 C HD3 32.0C Now that is freaking cool for an MDD! In its mdd case my temps were considerably higher. Hmmm....after I get done with my articles it may be time to overclock even higher! B) :woohoo: :lol: :cheer: :side: -maestro
Vapor cooling? someone wanna explaine that a little more? sounds cool but also a little dangerous. How does it work? any links?
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Vapor Phase Cooling is an uncommon method in the world of overclocking. In very basic terms, you build an evaporator which is the CPU, GPU or North-Bridge heatsink. The evaporator connects to a condensor which in turn is connected to a compressor. Most people use a mix of R290(Propane) and R507a refrigerant gases. Some people will use cascade vapor phase cooling which is a bit more complex and can achieve temperatures below -100 C. Typical temperature ranges for Vapor Phase Change Cooling is about -20 to -90C, depending on the gases, compressor and evaporator that's being used.
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