Spacer brackets for Intel Pentium III (left) and AMD Athlon XP. An old Athlon with the Thunderbird core can also be used.
That'll work, too: overclocking the Intel Celeron with the Coppermine core.
Creates the contact between the CPU die and the cooling head: a thin layer of thermal grease. If this is smeared on too thick, then the thermal resistance worsens.
Included in the package: insulation made of natural rubber. This comes in a roll, can only be worked with at room temperature and has characteristics similar to a gob of clay. A positive aspect: the rubber can be used multiple times and leaves no trace on the hardware. At low temperatures (during operation), the rubber stiffens and cannot be removed.
- Frozen Feet: -35°C For The Office
- Frozen Feet: -35°C For The Office, Continued
- Details On The "Prometeia" Cooling System
- Step By Step: Preparing The CPU Socket And Motherboard
- Installing The Cooling Element Of The Compressor Unit
- Preventing Condensation Build-Up: Heating Underneath The CPU
- Absolutely Important: Leakage Protection To Prevent Condensation
- Installing The Motherboard In The Case
- Installing The Power Supply And Fans
- Just Before Operation: Testing All Connections
- Unclear: Compressor Cooling From $595?
- Conclusion: Perfect But Expensive Basis For Overclocking