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    News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    Advanced cooling system lets CPU soars past 4.6GHz.
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    Re: News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    I'd love to see a full review of this system, and the layout of their TEC cooling subsystem. Have just bought 8xwaterblocks and 4x138Watt Peltiers to start investigating their cooling capabilities...
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    Re: News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    Yikes, fling a window open it'll be hot in the room with this beast running!

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    Re: News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    No idea what the dew point of water in room at 20c. I am fairly certain though you are going to start seeing condensation at 0C
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    Re: News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    Surely going below ambient temperature will result in condensation forming?

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    Re: News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    as always doesnt it just require insulated tubing, i presume DS isnt that silly!. If i had 5k that i had to spend and i had already bought more important things and that, this would defo be on the list! Just for the lols .

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    Re: News - Digital Storm unveils frosty sub-zero PC

    Nice gear but what would be the price if you were to build similar system yourself?

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