Gigabyte X58A-OC Sub Zero Review
Now you can't just slap dry ice (DICE) onto your motherboard. It requires both patience and a fair bit of bravado. Especially as it's the first time we've done this. Protecting the circuitry with putty is the first job once the DICE pot mounts and CPU are in place.
It's a combination between mad science and Playschool.
With the pot securely in place it needs insulating to ensure that your coolant doesn't heat up any more rapidly than it does naturally. With cooling being the vital element to huge overclocks, it's vital that this part is done with care. Lots of pressure and lots of insulation.
And here it is, all ready to have the hell beaten out of it.