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Old 04-05-2006, 09:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is it safe to "sprinkle" water onto your graphics card to keep it "cool"...or is it just me that thinks its a bad idea ??

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Old 04-05-2006, 10:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i think if you want to practically slice your computer's throat, go ahead and let the blood spill
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haha...yea...wasnt my idea...somoene posted it up on the forum to do it....i was like are you serious lol
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Dry Ice would be better. Or Dry Ice with water.
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i mean, water on electric circuitry? howbout that guy tries putting water on an electric clock or something, then see what happens
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Dry Ice would be better. Or Dry Ice with water.
he ment on the actuall graphic card yolkz....dont like water cooling....he ment just straight on the card lol
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here is the link...go have a look

http://www.techist.com/showthread.ph...hreadid=100837
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that guy should uhhh be banned for being such a n00bzorz, i love that word
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I know I was being sarcastic....Dry ice and Water on card do you know what dry ice is ;P
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I know I was being sarcastic....Dry ice and Water on card do you know what dry ice is ;P
yea...its so cold that when you poor it onto the ground it will evaporate in the steam
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