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Copper Heatsink on the Rocks

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Just thought that all you overclockers out there might enjoy a new project that I have just recently finished entitled: Copper Heatsink on the Rocks. This play on words makes reference to a computer being passively cooled with a wine chiller.

Pros:
-Dust free (sealed completely)
-Easy to remove cover
-No moving parts, no fans, all passive (minus the one PSU fan, I couldn't afford a passive PSU)
-Pure copper insulated heatsink that is counter-cooled by a wine chiller at 41 degrees F, allows for much OC'ing
-Currently at 91 degrees F after leaving on for 1 whole day, still counting, with no flubs (heat measured from the copper closest to the CPU itself)

I have not OC'd it yet, but eventually will after viewing how stable it is after 1 week.

To view the video, tutorial, details, pictures, etc, go here: http://www.leetupload.com/tutorials/...kon_the_rocks/

Hope all of you enjoy! Comments are quite welcome.
post #2 of 3
SWEET, nice theory rep+
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Thread Starter 
Thanks, glad you like!
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