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Old 11-10-2008, 11:42 PM   #11 (permalink)
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it would be dope if they had a mechanism that would lift it up like in pic 2 w/ the touch of a button. But it also has to give off smoke while doing it and make a psssssss sound MNPCTECH could you do that?
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Old 11-10-2008, 11:57 PM   #12 (permalink)
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ahaha, now that would be extreme!! hahahaha would be like a cryogenic freezing container.. lol
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lol i had a fun friday
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It's cool and all, but a pretty stupid overall concept.

And seriously... Aluminum radiator, for the price it should be silver.
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I visited Hardcore Computer's headquarters to video the Reactor up close.

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super expensive...but still kinda cool. reminds me of computers you see in futuristic movies where they always have them suspended in some type of coolant. sunshine plox?
That's usually liquid nitrogen (or some other liquid gas) in those movies (such as Sunshine).
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That's usually liquid nitrogen (or some other liquid gas) in those movies (such as Sunshine).
Were it submerged in liquid nitrogen it would fry.
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are you guys talking about the smoke effect because I always thought they used dry ice for that?
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Thinkin of a nuclear fallout / military theme, weathered and battered a little bit
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