Actually, there are no pure-metal superconductors at liquid nitrogen temperatures. The only superconductors at these "high" temps are complex alloys that have been designed in labs. For example, aluminium goes superconductive at 1.2K (-272C), much lower than liquid N.
~ I'm not AMD biased, I just think their chips are better. ~
Just a thought, is LN2 conductive?
ie. could you fill a big tank and put the whole
I know you would have to put the floppy and DVD/CD
out of the tank (are hard drives hermetically sealed?)
This way CPU, chipset, memory, etc. could all be
overclocked to hell and back
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but insanity's the better defence