-40C Antifreeze should do the trick. Stay away from mineral oils unless you know that your pump can handle the higher viscosities at the lower temperatures. Also, as mentioned in a thread a few weeks back, condensation is NOT cool. :)
But yeah, sometimes it pays to be a Canadian winter-lover!
LOL! Thanks for catching this. After reading that post, I was convinced that 'I' had two threads completely confused.
That being said, a speaker could help this situation. Some motherboards come with 4 status lights on them that have different error codes associated with how they light up. I...
He already stated in the OP that he tried clearing CMOS via both pulling the battery and jumpers. To me, it suse sounds like something is dead. Let's start witht the basic list and work our way down:
1. Ensure that power to everything is secure. This may sound silly, but double check...
There is no risk in "freezing". Almost every extreme overclocking contest uses liquid nitrogen at well below 0C to cool their CPU, GPU and chipsets to reach their 5+ GHz clock speeds. The risk lies in condensation. Even though the air is considerably dryer in the winter than in our lovely...
Drat! I missed your EVGA comment. Sorry about that. Also, remember to note that if the mobo calls for QUAD channel memory, you will need to buy that type in order to make the most of it.
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