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Originally Posted by OC Newbie
If money is tight, an entry level chilly1 cooler will cool better than an unmodded Vapochill LS or Prometeia Mach II GT. It's not quite as pretty but cools very well, they start around $500 US (+ shipping of course). Save up at least that, if you buy anything cheaper, the cooling performance will severely suffer.
What kind of temps could I get on an x2? I'm hoping to be able to get one of those nice AM2 X2's and some DDR2 for high clocks. I don't know what kind heat those throw off, but I expect its alot. Any idea how low it could take it?
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If you want a custom system, I.E: Multiple Evap's..., Multi-stage cascade and autocascade go over to xtremesystems.org and send chilly1 a PM.
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How is it that phase helps oc'ing even when heat is not an issue? Seems like putting phase on say, a venice, wouldn't help you, but I guess it does.
thats not true, heat is always an issue. otherwise you could overclock the crap out of everything on water and be fine. Silicon runs the best at like -200c, ln2 gets donw to -190ish celcius. so if you're on a controlled environment, ln2 is the best way to benchmark. but cascades and phase change get your proc enough to really do some serious overclocking. if you're running a true cascade you should be able to hit around -110c, and when your proc jumps up to -90 to -85, thats getting way too hot

chechenpiphany, i suggest that you do some research on extreme cooling to see what low temps do to processors, because they really help. one place to start is www.xtremesystems.org/forums and click on the XTREME OVERCLOCKING thread. lots of interesting info.
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