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A Fine Example As To Why Food Utensils And Computer Components Should Never Mingle

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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
Don't listen to these people, soldering stuff on has a huge benefit. Why, I turned a 7300GT into a GTX280 by soldering two 500uF caps and a steak knife to it!
Oh my, I can't stop laughing...steak knife...

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That's because you used capacitors, with the G80 core the dilithium flux will exceed the capacity of any capacitor, so instead you have to use doorknobs (they have a huge capacitance, that's why you get shocked when you touch them). I also recommend steak knives over fans, even though the fans add extra cooling the steak knife's serrated edges really help when you need a snack, you put a knife on your GPU so you can eat while you game.
I'm laughing hysterically now. Oh god, I can barely get in a breath.

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