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Ummmmm....newsflash? We have already achieved absolute zero? Lets try to stay on subject remotely anywayz.

For absolute cooling: Buy 1000L tank of liquid nitrogen from Nasa, and constantly pour it over the (IHS removed) CPU. You might want to hire someone to pour it while you benchmark.
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Ummmmm....newsflash? We have already achieved absolute zero?
No, we haven't. It is an impossibility.
    
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Ummmmm....newsflash? We have already achieved absolute zero? Lets try to stay on subject remotely anywayz.

For absolute cooling: Buy 1000L tank of liquid nitrogen from Nasa, and constantly pour it over the (IHS removed) CPU. You might want to hire someone to pour it while you benchmark.
yes, achieving absolute zero would mean the cesastion of all molecular movement. not sure its a complete imposibility (esp with all the hype about breaking other laws of physics) but we probably wont see it achieved in our lifetime.
    
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yes, achieving absolute zero would mean the cesastion of all molecular movement. not sure its a complete imposibility (esp with all the hype about breaking other laws of physics) but we probably wont see it achieved in our lifetime.
We will only ever get closer to absolute zero, never reach it. Think of absolute zero as an asymptote rather than a number which can be reached.

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Ummmmm....newsflash? We have already achieved absolute zero? Lets try to stay on subject remotely anywayz.

For absolute cooling: Buy 1000L tank of liquid nitrogen from Nasa, and constantly pour it over the (IHS removed) CPU. You might want to hire someone to pour it while you benchmark.
We will never reach absolute zero. We will forever approach 0 but never reach it.
    
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