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What's window A/C?
I don't understand this A/C stuff.
Can you put A/C in simple words please?
AC = A/C ?
Window Air Conditioner.
post #12 of 30
a small mount window air conditioning unit, meant for apartments and older homes...

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Edited by H3||scr3am - 5/16/08 at 11:44am
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Thanks.

Is it true that you only need to insulate the CPU block if you use TEC CPU cooling block?
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post #14 of 30
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4 x 120mm fans (full power)
That information is so useless..... 120mm fans range from 30CFM to 100+CFM plus differences in static pressure....
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post #15 of 30
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Thanks.

Is it true that you only need to insulate the CPU block if you use TEC CPU cooling block?
You would need to insulate the waterblock and motherboard.
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That information is so useless..... 120mm fans range from 30CFM to 100+CFM plus differences in static pressure....
Cool. 50CFM
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post #17 of 30
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Jeez, 45 CFM.
What's CFM anyway?
Circles For Minute?
Cubic Feet (of air) per Minute.
    
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post #18 of 30
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Jeez, 45 CFM.
What's CFM anyway?
Circles For Minute?

Complete F'ing Moron?
Cubic Foot per Minute!
  
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post #19 of 30
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Complete F'ing Moron?
Cubic Foot per Minute!
I was already answered.

P.S
The joke wasn't very good.
Try harder.
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What can I say, sarcasm is such dry humour.
  
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