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|02-28-2013 08:55 AM|
There shouldn't be any need. When you're freezing the chip, the cold transfers through the board and cools the VRM's from the PCB.
(This isn't how it actually works--cold doesn't transfer, only heat. The heat is drawn away from the VRM's to the places on the board around the CPU with lower temperatures).
|02-23-2013 01:02 PM|
I'm thinking of freezing me VRM in a biostar TA990FXE while doing some DICE runs.
Do anyone think it is a good idea to do it with proper insutation?