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PHASE CHANGE PHASE CHANGE PHASE CHANGE!

Are you sure you don't wanna give it a try?

1. It's dead easy, really!
1. You WILL NOT regret it (agree people?)
2. Like someone said earlier, it's hot in brazil...
3. It's an investment! You won't need a new one for looooooong! Your next rig will love you for it too
4. The overclock!!! With -13.5 at load (my SE) there's a temp differance of 40°C to a decent water cooling,... how many MHz in that?

Sorry to pester you with it, if you definately don't want to, but if you have the money that's the first thing I'd go for, since it'll give you the most effect with nearly any processor. LOL,... sorry,... that's leaving a dual processor system out of the equation.

Anyway, last comment on the subject: Keep an eye out on ebay!!!!!!! All I can say is I got mine for €280!!!! Not a lot of bidders!
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yeah like i said earlier, air cooling wont do it if your gonna oc it in a hot humid enviorment. You said you dont wanna do phase change so the aseteks are outta the pic but you defintely need water cooling. There is also the peltier/thermoelectric cooler which is (correct me if i'm wrong) a hybrid of phase change and water cooling. It is a device that seats between the water block and the cpu to give you subzero temps. Costs include whatever the regular water system price you choose is, and the extra 100-200 peltier kit (i think that is the price range not sure) but defintely will perform better than water cooling without the massssssive prices of the phase change setups

p.s. apparently you dont need a water cooling systems per se but you will absolutley need a great heatsink, water cooling will give you the best results tho

http://www.pcmech.com/show/processors/140/

http://www.tetech.com/modules/

http://store.pcpowerzone.com/peltiercooling.html
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