ok so me and a friend were talking on skype about liquid cooling because i plan on eventually putting liquid cooling on my future build ( core i7 4.66Ghz or above). and i was thinking about taking a small freezer kinda like the mini fridges they sell. drilling 2 holes (for the tubes) then sealing them .. putting the radiator inside the freezer and then over clock my CPU.. now the idea sounds solid. ice cold radiator gives you much better heat transfer.. but my question is.. does the liquid we use for water cooling actually freeze at 32 degrees ferinhight like water ? has any one tried this ? can one of you take w.e liquid you have in its bottle and see if it freezes for me please ?
nice videos. but im not looking for a 2 hour over clock. i wanted a more permanent solution. radiator in a mini freezer to keep the liquid cooling ice cold and get a better over clock and cooler CPU.. =/ i need to know if the liquid we use freezes
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