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Grizley and OC'ers Will extreme cooling help bus??

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Ive seen some people with insanely high bus speeds stable

How is this acheived

Will GOOD cooling allow higher then normal bus speeds work? that normally lock up?

http://www.vr-zone.com/home/news85/tbird.htm

looking there i saw insanely high bus speeds

and i wanna know how anyone can increase there Majorly with a Stable system
I asked Griz cause he has a water cooler

Where exactly would u cool a bus?
Chipset?

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phsstpok

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The answer is at you the link you provided

Some used LN2 cooling (is that liquid nitrogen?), some used dry ice, and others used air cooling. The 1.33 overclocked to 1.691, using air cooling is a nice overclock. However, the LN2 cooled unit at 2.145 ghz is amazing!
 

Grizely1

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yes, if you plan on reaching anywhere close to 184MHz FSB you would probably have to be involved in LN2 cooling (liquid nitrogen), or like a 350watt peltier (LOL). the chipset gets hotter when you raise the FSB so that would be a good thing to cool too.

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