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post #11 of 38
No sarcasm in my post at all. What was the point of that? To display for the other students or you didnt think it would run while submereged in silicone?
post #12 of 38
I woulda sold the silicone for 10K$ and made a Dream PC!
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We just did it in our Network+ class...it was random and interesting, and in the end we displayed it.
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is that the stuff in breast implants?
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is that the stuff in breast implants?
Yes sir. (I'm pretty sure they got that jug of silicone from Pamela Anderson's breasts. Don't quote me on that though)
    
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Yes sir. (I'm pretty sure they got that jug of silicone from Pamela Anderson's breasts. Don't quote me on that though)
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It's slick like baby oil.
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post #18 of 38
Man... just about anyone in an MCT class talks about this like it's revolutionary and does it for a senior project

Why the silicone anyways? Mineral oil is insanely cheaper
Also, I just got done watching Arrested Development and bam... Final Countdown yet again
post #19 of 38
Is there some way to cool the water/mineral oil down. The fans also look extremely labored in the mineral oil which makes me wonder how long they will stay working. You would think they would use fish tank pumps to pump the fluid in and around the pc components. Maybe just to much work. Whatever it was cool. So im thinking about trying this out with an old 98 computer i have for fun. xD
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Originally Posted by John_dKc View Post
Is there some way to cool the water/mineral oil down. The fans also look extremely labored in the mineral oil which makes me wonder how long they will stay working. You would think they would use fish tank pumps to pump the fluid in and around the pc components. Maybe just to much work. Whatever it was cool. So im thinking about trying this out with an old 98 computer i have for fun. xD
The issue with mineral oil cooling (aside from being incredibly messy and annoying to maintain/transfer parts/clean parts off for sale) is that the heat doesn't dissipate easily... heat just keeps building up the longer the computer is on... You could compensate by using a larger volume of mineral oil, but eventually you'd end up running into the same issue... it's really only practical if you plan on using the system for a few hours at a time

As has been suggested, you could pump the oil through a loop into a radiator... but if you're going to buy all those parts, you might as well just get water cooling... my idea would be to make some sort of heatsink case to move the heat from the oil to the air more efficiently
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