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Old 10-20-2011, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default Corsair Explains LN2 Overclocking from Start to Finish

Overclocking a processor today could almost be considered "simple", with motherboard manufacturers requiring minimal effort on the user's part to achieve rather commendable clock frequencies. But to truly impress, great knowledge and sometimes the right tools are required. In the case of the extreme, we're talking liquid nitrogen. Don't know much about it? Corsair has you covered.


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That video was actually pretty interesting. I would have said cool but I didn't have it in me.
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Uff huge staff my wife will kill me if I do that

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Uff huge staff my wife will kill me if I do that

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