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post #21 of 92
That is really impressive. Thanks for the tour Bill
I wondered what type of mobo they would have in there...should be pretty reliable being Tyan.
Looks like no expense spared anywhere .
post #22 of 92
For some reasons, I want that thing to have big handles on the side....
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post #23 of 92
Maxed out a computer on their website at over 10 grand. I can always dream right? these things look extremely impressive.
post #24 of 92
I'd suspect simple GPU upgrades aren't simple.
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post #25 of 92
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I'd suspect simple GPU upgrades aren't simple.
it doesn't look that bad from what the guy showed, just pop the thing up, put on their heatsink or a new heatsink outfit and you're good to go.

i overlooked these things reading about them in an article, just saying it was a cool idea. it's really good to see somebody using their heads. i remember seeing these guys use some kind of liquid that wasn't conductive with ln2 cooling so that the ln2 would also cool ALL of the components, was pretty much a setup in a beer cooler and the ln2 made slush/ice out of the liquid they used. i like the oil idea.

i wonder how far you could push that sucker if you brought it to siberia/antarctica and plugged it in lol.
    
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post #26 of 92
Wow what an effort to put it together!!! $10k on a PC isn't unheard of. They'll probably sell a number of them per year no doubt.

I am skeptical of one thing I seen in the video. It's already been pointed out that the RAD is aluminum, but when he pulled out the copper heat sink, I hope they have thought the possible corrosion problem through. That would suck to have a copper sink go bad on the motherboard directly. To be honest, it looks like they've thought everything through, so I wouldn't doubt it's been addressed.

I'd love to hear input from Hardcore Computers on this matter though.

Thanks for sharing again Bill! Look forward to what you do with it!
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Wow what an effort to put it together!!! $10k on a PC isn't unheard of. They'll probably sell a number of them per year no doubt.

I am skeptical of one thing I seen in the video. It's already been pointed out that the RAD is aluminum, but when he pulled out the copper heat sink, I hope they have thought the possible corrosion problem through. That would suck to have a copper sink go bad on the motherboard directly. To be honest, it looks like they've thought everything through, so I wouldn't doubt it's been addressed.

I'd love to hear input from Hardcore Computers on this matter though.

Thanks for sharing again Bill! Look forward to what you do with it!


I am thinking the nonconductive coolant used would make it so the two metals dont act on eachother the way they would with others that would carry a charge.
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post #29 of 92
Thanks for the tour Bill. This is is simply outstanding.
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