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What is somthing commonly available and possibly cheap(not to worried about it) that retains cold temps extreamly well

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Well if you're planning on using it to cool a component...

...I'm pretty sure that dry ice is the only thing, though I don't think it's cheap.

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What is somthing commonly available and possibly cheap(not to worried about it) that retains cold temps extreamly well
For what purpose? An ice-chest hold cold temps very well, but might not work for your situation. What do you want to do?

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Well if you're planning on using it to cool a component...

...I'm pretty sure that dry ice is the only thing, though I don't think it's cheap.
Rofl, I can imagine it. Opening up a PC running at like 2 C, only to find a big ol' chest of dry ice sittign there open.

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