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Cooler Express "Hydra" SLI Phase Change Triple Evaporator Now Available

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  1. malware New Member

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    Cooler Express "Hydra" is not a regular phase change unit. It's designed to cool both your CPU and graphic cards consisting of a SLI or Crossfire setup. No other cooling system on the market allows you to run your 3 processors below zero temperatures. FrozenCPU has it priced $1,999.99, but just look at the temperatures(after 30min Prime 95 and 3DMark with AMD FX-57@3.0GHz and dual 7800GTs): CPU -34'C, GPU1 -27'C, GPU2 -28°C. Click here to view the complete product specifications.

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  2. Tory New Member

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    Oh really?
     
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    My mistake.......it's 6 in the morning here.:) 10x pal.
     
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    I wish I had one of these... :ohwell: sigh.
     
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    It's about damn time someone made these commercially.
     
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    btw, dosnt the low temperature and condensation kind of make sure you have to change mobo, cpu and gpu every 6 months ?
     
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    no?^^
     
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    Um, there shouldn't be any condensation, and if there was, plan on replacing your components a lot earlier than 6months.

    If you install everything properly it should last for as long as you keep the hardware.
     
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    pretty sweet i'd get one except for the fact that i'd be as much as gettin two x1900xtx's and an fx 60 lol.
     
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    you will still need a case fan to circulate moisture inside the case so it doesnt rain in your machine.
     
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    i would pay to see that.
     
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    im guying to buy one, and attach it to my nipples and belly button.

    would you pay to see that?

    would you in pay to see that in advance so i can afford this?
     
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    Depends on your gender.
     
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    no i would only pay to see it rain inside a computer.
     
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    hey this is funny. one of my fav stores, frozencpu, is dumping one of these things on ebay. $0.99 starting bid, shipping $60 to where i live. Linkie!

    so if someone has the urge to pick up one of these cheap.....
     
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    I wish you could still find these.......
     
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    My thought, EXACTLY. Well, it looks as if I won't be going TEC on my video card after all. I wonder, tho. Can you buy the Triple evap model, but still only run it on 1 gpu and cpu?
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    The only phase I have seen has a safety on it. If it doesnt see heat it turns it's self off. This could be different.

    I know you can kill that safety tho.

    They have some that are just for 1 cpu and 1 gpu...
     
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    Yeah, but I was thinking cool 1 card, then buy another later.
     

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