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Would Mineral Oil Submerged cooling be cooler than any other fan/watercooled system?

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LOL

???

No.
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oil rig is a fun experiment to do if you have free time, but in terms of performance NOPE! and its really a dirty job
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I always wondered if this would actually cool well. It would be cool to show. Hey look at my fish tank computer lol.
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oil rig is a fun experiment to do if you have free time, but in terms of performance NOPE! and its really a dirty job

Agreed! I did this with a friend and it is fun but it was messy and for the cost of the oil we could have built a sweet water cooling setup.
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