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Thread: Xtreme Cooling.. (my setup)

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    Xtreme Cooling.. (my setup)

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    Last edited by Daveb2012; 05-07-2005 at 06:15 PM.

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    I have done that before in the spare refrigerator at my house too bad the temps dont stay cool for long with a pc in your freezer

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    lmao love the keyboard hanging out total class

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    I give it two thumbs up
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    nice, how are temps?
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    heh thats funny.
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    warm you oven to put in your mobo when it goos wrong^^
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    get one of those mini fridges and see if you can get a shuttle in it, that would rox

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    HAHAHA

    Nice job! lol

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    LOL! You are insane!!
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    whats the odds on condensation 2/1

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    no offense, but i really hope that the fridge is not on. If it is, you are gonna do a few things real quick. 1) kill your fridge. It's not meant to handle constant heat load. 2) If the fridge holds out long enough, you're gonna get condensation(unless you spend hours and hours condensation-proofing every last piece of hardware) and you stand a good chance of losing your entire comp in one fell swoop.

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    In conclusion, get the computer out of the fridge. NOW. If it was really that easy to get a comp to -0C temps, everyone here would have their comp in a freezer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trakslacker
    no offense, but i really hope that the fridge is not on. If it is, you are gonna do a few things real quick. 1) kill your fridge. It's not meant to handle constant heat load. 2) If the fridge holds out long enough, you're gonna get condensation(unless you spend hours and hours condensation-proofing every last piece of hardware) and you stand a good chance of losing your entire comp in one fell swoop.

    see here for opinions on this:
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=61644

    In conclusion, get the computer out of the fridge. NOW. If it was really that easy to get a comp to -0C temps, everyone here would have their comp in a freezer.
    I made this picture with photoshop

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    ROFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveb2012
    I made this picture with photoshop

    only thing real is keyboard hanging out..
    Daveb2012, I would have to admit that was pretty funny!
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    Wow man, that looked so real. I was like how can you do that?! You really wanna wreck your comp! Then I read that it was fake and I was like how could I have thought that this was real. Nice trick.

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