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Old 02-19-2006, 05:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah, there would be no point in freezing the entire computer, only the parts that produce heat (CPU, GPU, RAM, chipset, etc.)
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Yeah, and the dryice or liquid nitrogen is so cold that it actually "frosts" the parts surrounding it on the motherboard. Man, if you accidently touched it, OUCH
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Old 02-19-2006, 05:09 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Why dont you save yourself alot of resources and just buy a **** freezer and put your computer in it :P :P
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hahahaha. sounds good!

*dumps out freezer all over the garage floor....*

But I think it would be neat to see the full liquid filled case idea mixed with a more extreme cooling...someday...Anyone ever read Digital Fortress? Its about this super computer the NSA owns that breaks codes 24/7 365 and its like 11 stores tall. THAT had some sick coolant!
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Why dont you save yourself alot of resources and just buy a **** freezer and put your computer in it :P :P
Genious, pure genious!!:laughing:
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A chest freezer would be perfect. Theres enough room in there for more then one PC!
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Old 02-19-2006, 05:26 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Have a lan party with that freezer PC . That would be an interesting sight. All of these computer geeks hauling over their freezers. lol
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Video games and popsicles...
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hahahaha that was the funniest thing i've heard all day.
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ive always wanted to put an ez bake oven in my pc...
but a freezer/refridgerator would be cool
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