Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Aug. 22 2005,19:35
A mutant form of DSL that 'cools' your cpu the more you run it.
As you approach 100% CPU usage, the cpu begins to drop in
temperature rapidly, therefore lowering the thermal stress,
and improving it's overclockability..
At 150% - 250% cpu usage, the temperature begins to reach
a critical mass of -250F , it's 'normal' range of operation.
At 550% cpu usage, the temps can reach -400F.
Temperatures dropping below about -425F cause a
slowdown of the circuit and electron paths, and
the cpu begins to gradually slow its performance.
Performance varies widely on several factors..
But it's quite shocking to see an old 233MMX cpu
running like it's clocked at 1.25GHz, and the ice forming
around the fan vents..
<more secrets await.. >