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Water Cooling 24/7?

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I would like to set up the computer in my sig and leave it running for a few days at a time without turning it off (slow internet + large downloads = long download times). Would water cooling be able to do this or would I be better to do air cooling? Any articles on this would be great BTW. Thanks.

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You know... if you should let it idle at lower multipliers... thats what i do with my 3000+ now... save's me some electricity bill for the long run and extends the life of my processor... when im writing this now im doing it at [email protected] at 1.1 v :P while im playing my music and downloading with torrents and chatting and other small load stuff.. i get it up for you to see in a few moments.. just reflash my bios and havent done overclocking on this bios. heres some pics.. you should be able to do the same.. you as in all 24/7 guys with overclocking!!

aha14rx.th.jpg

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if you do this at least you got cool water.....lol

To learn more go here... might be better for you cause he got dual core :drool:

http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?p=4093740#post4093740

 

 

too bad im broke and sorry if i 'hijack your thread' :sweat:

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I am 24/7 water-cooled, computer never gets shut down.

 

there will be some coolant losses through the tubing but these are minimal

 

I tear down every 6 months to replace fluid/clean blocks but some will go a year

 

adding coolant probably every 4-6 months...........

 

 

 

here are good WC forums

 

xtremesystems.org (read the stickies)

 

and

 

extremeoverclocking.com

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The mods mark it as resolved you had a question not a real problem though so there isnt a need others might find the info interesting. check out overclcockers.com front page and the forum and the procooling forum. if you are anal retentive.

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