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Intel 486, 247MHz

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Thought you guys might appreciate this, made me chuckle...
But seriously, Halflife on a 486?

(sorry if it's already been posted... i'm quite new to this forum...)
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Now that was very fun. lol That brought back some fond memories.
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see a fridge can cool a pc!
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(*)Note: The Freezer used is a Lec Power Larder, chosen for its superior freezing ability. Its dial can be raised to a freezing factor of 11, where most freezers can only manage a pathetic 10. A large portion of the success of this experiment can be attributed to this (rather than the skill of the technicians).
LOL
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DjQurt View Post
see a fridge can cool a pc!



for about 3 minutes.....
    
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i want to take my comp into a walk in freezer to play with LOL.
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for about 3 minutes.....
a pc like that maybe excluding the power supply it could prolly cool for days. :-p
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Quote:
Originally Posted by G|F.E.A.D|Killa View Post
i want to take my comp into a walk in freezer to play with LOL.
I just had a great idea: Let's design a case that acts exactly like a refrigerator/freezer. Cooling would never again be a problem. The only problem I would forsee is a high electricity bill, noise from the compressor, and extra heat in the room.

Edit: And really cold hands when work needs to be performed on it.
post #9 of 14
This makes me want to build a PC in my freezer...and watch spinal tap....NvM all the memories of playing Duke Nukem 3d or Sim City 2000 on an OC'ed CPU of 55mhz!

Good times.
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Wow, the first time I played Sim City 2000 was on a 200MHz Pentium with 16 or 32MB of ram. It was an HP Pavilion. hahaha wow. Windows 95... haha wow, those were the days.
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