does anyone now anything about pelitizers?

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Ive heard you can use a pelitizer and a good heatsink to overclock.
Don't like the thought of using water cooling. Thought about
Promitha or vapor cill that uses a compressor to chill the processor
down. Seen a P4 overclocked a gig online. 3.2ghtz all the way to
4ghtz

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    "peppythegimp" <oselladan@hotmail-dot-com.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
    news:4142e991$1_5@alt.athenanews.com...
    > Ive heard you can use a pelitizer and a good heatsink to overclock.
    > Don't like the thought of using water cooling. Thought about
    > Promitha or vapor cill that uses a compressor to chill the processor
    > down. Seen a P4 overclocked a gig online. 3.2ghtz all the way to
    > 4ghtz
    >
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    > troubleshooting newsgroups.

    Dunno about 'Pelitizers' but you can use a 'Peltier' or 'TEC'
    (Thermoelectric element) to cool a CPU... However to cool a modern high heat
    output CPU you need a very powerful Peltier ( say 200W), which in turn
    really needs water cooling and a dedicated high output power supply.
    Peltiers are not for the feint hearted or the newbie.

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