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What happens to the motherboard using nitrogen?
Did you use an online translator? :p
No problem, thanks for using English. :) I'm not an nitrogen expert, but Massman is. Maybe he can explain it.
What happens after the use of nitrogen for the motherboard and processor
What do you mean exactly?
Nitrogen is only used as a way to cool down the processor to extreme low temperatures. It's not coming in direct contact with the components.
normally nothing with a good insulation, it depends on the voltages you put as well
Given that the 5 GHz CPU (860 i7) reached
Can it be used normally?
Possible to overclock again with nothing but nitrogen?
After you complete insulation sees Motherboard damaged?
Can be used to normal?
there is no "rule" but it should work again and again and again ...
There's no problem with re-using the processor or motherboard after a treatment of liquid nitrogen.
You can use the system to normal?After nitrogen?
Can I use without any fear?
With proper insulation؟
Don't use the same high voltages as on LN2. Apart from that... no worries, unless you've covered a chip with insulation that gets grazy hot without a -100c PCB:D
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