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Hey what about opening your computer and sticking a giant fan in there?

wait so it looks like a fan blows air out not on the equipment
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post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by mmx12 View Post
Hey what about opening your computer and sticking a giant fan in there?
Umm. . . beacause that would only cool off the motherboard/ram and maybe the GPU a bit. But the amount of dust/noise wouldn't be worth the cooling capacity.
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post #13 of 24
Wow, yeah a giant fan, what a concept.
  
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post #14 of 24
Better yet, let's just plug the PC into a DC/AC converter, fire it up from the cars cigarette lighter, open the side panel and strap it to the roof.

Time to hit the highway!
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As for the WC, does this happen often or only on certain products?
The idea of water cooling was slowly creeping back into my mind but this is kinda off putting!
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post #17 of 24
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As for the WC, does this happen often or only on certain products?
The idea of water cooling was slowly creeping back into my mind but this is kinda off putting!
Yeah you need to open up all water blocks and make sure there isn't metal shavings or broken parts or other crap in them..Take a look at this cleaning PDF...Its easy to take them apart and check its no big deal...
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post #18 of 24
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Thanks for the wc info, helped clear a few things up
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Yeah you need to open up all water blocks and make sure there isn't metal shavings or broken parts or other crap in them..Take a look at this cleaning PDF...Its easy to take them apart and check its no big deal...
I can't open my V8!
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I can't open my V8!
fstfreddy ships his clean you can bet on that... ...The all metal ones you can just take out the allen head bolts and use a razor to slice through the gasket...Use a little high temp RTV to put it back together...I take mine apart and make sure there is no crud build up in it every now and then...
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