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post #21 of 29 Old 02-20-2008, 12:16 PM
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They mention LN2, but that looks like Dry Ice pellets on the I/O heatsink and the NB to me...

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But does it have the long term stability problems we're seeing in the other 45nm parts of degeneration from high voltages? That's the question.
Apparently I have not been keeping up to date. Got any links to stories on the 45nm chip degradation due to high voltages that you mentioned?

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They mention LN2, but that looks like Dry Ice pellets on the I/O heatsink and the NB to me...
Probably used LN2 for the CPU cooling and dry ice pellets for the heatsinks.

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How does that make sense though?

I mean, that's definitely not a picture with the PC on, as you'd be able to tell there was LN2 in the pot. Why not just stick with Dry Ice if your buying some in anyway?

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Apparently I have not been keeping up to date. Got any links to stories on the 45nm chip degradation due to high voltages that you mentioned?
http://www.pcstats.com/NewsView.cfm?NewsID=64186

Here one link . There are some people here that problems with the chip itself.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Ouch-...es-76464.shtml
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But does it have the long term stability problems we're seeing in the other 45nm parts of degeneration from high voltages? That's the question.
I wonder if we'll be wtalking about Penryn Sudden Death Syndrome soon?


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http://www.pcstats.com/NewsView.cfm?NewsID=64186

Here one link . There are some people here that problems with the chip itself.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Ouch-...es-76464.shtml
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Wow that is one amazing oc, alot of extreme cooling though!
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Hasn't someone already reached a speed above that with a 65nm conroe? maybe not, but I swear I remember seeing something higher than that on LN2.

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