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Kinda off topic, would using a can of compressed air as a liquid in a copper based liquid nitrogen pot work?
depends on the can of compressed "air" -- if it's just plain air... no...

if it's the usual r-134a duster, then yes... you could dump the can into a vessel... though, it's going to evaporate 12oz of coolant in about... 120 seconds... and you're not going to get anywhere near ~-330°F that lN2 would give you...
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Yes, just make sure condensation AROUND that can is taken care of. you dont want condensing air to drip on your precious capacitors and FLASH!!!''

oooh, preety fireworks...!!

EDIT: that's kinda like phase change cooling
shouldn't be a problem anyways, because condensate is pure... and as we all know Pure Water doesn't conduct electricity
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shouldn't be a problem anyways, because condensate is pure... and as we all know Pure Water doesn't conduct electricity
Still has some contaminants from can etc. Only a few ions will allow the board to short out.
    
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Still has some contaminants from can etc. Only a few ions will allow the board to short out.
a drop or two shouldn't cause any problems... unless your can and board are dirty to begin with...

people have had complete watercooling failures and dumped the entire loop on boards and videocards... and some have worked perfectly after they dried out...
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post #25 of 39
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a drop or two shouldn't cause any problems... unless your can and board are dirty to begin with...

people have had complete watercooling failures and dumped the entire loop on boards and videocards... and some have worked perfectly after they dried out...
Well yeah I mean the majority of water damaged electronics can be fixed by disassembling as much as possible and leaving under a lamp, but still its not a risk you really wanna take, lol.

You can drip water all over your components if you want. Im gonna keep my rig nice and dry!
    
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post #26 of 39
how about using liquid nitrogen in a water cooling system, you know instead of 'water'?
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post #27 of 39
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how about using liquid nitrogen in a water cooling system, you know instead of 'water'?
You are not understanding thermodynamics then.... Just keep asking yourself where does the heat go in the end and how does it get there?


In addition, you will need custom pipes and pumps to handle the LN2 under pressure.
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post #28 of 39
could someone make a hollwed out copper heatsink sealed with liquid nitro in the copper container. this small copper heatsink could then be mounted to the zif sockett. Would this work?
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post #29 of 39
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could someone make a hollwed out copper heatsink sealed with liquid nitro in the copper container. this small copper heatsink could then be mounted to the zif sockett. Would this work?
No. The heat would transfer to the nitrogen for a bit... then the nitrogen would reach its specific heat for that pressure. Then all of the heat would the be just transfered to the copper.

The cooling effect of nitrogen is from it turning liquid to gas.
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post #30 of 39
ohh i see that makes sense, thank you
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