Originally Posted by routinetrafficstop
I saw someones idea... hey just drill holes in the freezer... keep your radiator in there, and put refreshments in the fridge... LOL... I see the big issue with using a compressor is condensation - thats a noo goodie I'm guessing when it comes to PC components xD
I'm gonna check out that azza 4000 right now
**edit** discontinued by newegg
but still looks cool as well
Lol, no what I mean is the compressor acts differently from a pump. It has MUCH higher output pressure since it compresses gas. As for the radiator in the freezer, you would burn up the compressor for it trying to pull the heat out of it.
Just putting the radiator in there wouldn't have a problem with condensation, and that COULD work to make your water cooling subambient, but simple water cooling dissipates enough heat to create a subambient cooling system.
The 4000 is a MASSIVE case.
Originally Posted by SpykeZ
FYI, Don't push your CPU too hard on that UD3 if you did order it. I had it. I got 5.2GHz stable and then PPPOOOF went the VRMs I think the max that board can take for the CPU is something like 300 watts. I got the UD5 after that. Gigabyte did fix the board though
I'm thinking he settled on the ASUS board with VRM cooling and 6+2 DIGI Phasing.Edited by Terrere - 9/27/13 at 1:50pm