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I understand that you don't really need to pump it, though it wouldn't hurt to have it at least swirling a bit, still not very useful, but that is a good point that if there were a good way to keep it in there and perhaps just some sort of reservoir, a bit keg of it, keeping the processor reservoir full... then you could simply fill 'er up with some good ol 200 octane liquid nitrogen... hope you have deep pockets...

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but will the ln2 be still cold in a closed loop?
like if you put ln2 in a plastic cup, without air, will it still be cold?
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Liquid Nitrogen Cooling

Its Not the same as what you on about, but Its cool
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so he is doing exactly that? looping nitro through it?
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I'm afraid it wouldn't work. LN2 cooling works by simply heating up something very cold (LN2). This then evaporates and carries the heat energy away from the CPU. In a closed loop like a water cooling system you would have no way to remove the energy from the LN2, in fact blowing air through the rad would warm the LN2 up! It would boil, inside the loop and explode. However, if you were cooling the rad with something like Liquid Helium (Colder than LN2), then you'd be on to something. Unfortunately the helium would need to be replenished constantly (and there is a world shortage), or activley cooled by a big arse phase cascade.
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Wait so r u sayin' this could work with Helium IF it in turn was also cooled by a huge cascade?!?!?
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how about filling up an enclosed case with mineral oil and cooling it with ln2?
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lol... I bet this has been though of before but just in case and for my amusement..

is it possible to pump liquid nitrogen like H20 would be... I know it wouldn't be easy, or hard, or very hard... it must be well above extremely hard also... but this would be something to think about, lol...

yet would there be a purpose? it can't get much cooler than the but stacks filled with anyway right...


just a thought, for fun


That contains 541,763 gallons of liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. It must be pumped in there. So, yes, you can pump it. But remember, it wouldn't be a water block any more.
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You couldn't, or want it in a closed loop. Like said before, the LN2 would boil and burst the tubing. Water would work better in a closed loop. However, if you were to have one end of the waterblock open for evap, it may work.
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Quote:
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You couldn't, or want it in a closed loop. Like said before, the LN2 would boil and burst the tubing. Water would work better in a closed loop. However, if you were to have one end of the waterblock open for evap, it may work.
There is a device that turns gaseous nitrogen into liquid nitrogen.

If you were running the liquid nitrogen through the loop from the waterblock to this device, then you have a sustained LN2 coolant loop.

It would be very $$.
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