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Post 3+ Months Ago

what do you think of this fan for my Amd Athlon64 3200?

http://www.bluebonepc.com/catalog/detai ... -Freezer64

Shall i get it?
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I dont know whether to build a model airplane around it or set a 6 pack next to it.
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Where do you come up with these....lol....it has gotten good reviews though...for $28 cant beat it, all the reviews say not for overclocking but good for an everyday system/enthusiast.Where in Ohio CB, Im up that way every so often, columbus.

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Wild Child wrote:
Where do you come up with these....lol....it has gotten good reviews though...for $28 cant beat it, all the reviews say not for overclocking but good for an everyday system/enthusiast.Where in Ohio CB, Im up that way every so often, columbus.

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I need to design an airconditioned case. The case gets sealed air-tight and all air goes through the AC Unit. Keep all the parts inside at around 40°F.

Thats probably a safe temp even for the hard drives. You would still need a CPU HSF, but with a lower ambient temp, it should be sufficient for moderate overclocking.
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mm.. how bout the whole thing plexi-glass or acrylic sealed with epoxy :D
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Just build the computer inside a mini refrigerator. Throw a simple dehumidifier inside.
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i thought of that about a year ago >:|

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