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post #21 of 79
Borrow your neighbor's refrigerator

Just kidding.

Man, if you can make a rig out of a small fridge, think about what you could do with a regular-sized fridge You could make such a big server that you could run AMD or something

If I ran AMD I would unlock the multi's on all CPU's
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post #22 of 79
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Originally Posted by Chopes
Not really, as its usually closed, just people opening it and closing, thats why the door shuts after you let go. It cant handle it, but yes it is stronger then your average refridgerator, just barely.
no the store refridgerator i was talking about is allways open it dont even have a door/lid on it. Its like a big bin with frozzen food in it that you just reach in and grab what you want
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post #23 of 79
Yeah I know what your talking about, the big thing that they put frozen boxes of broccoli and stuff in
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post #24 of 79
Actually cards can be protected against condensation. I know in military applications cards are coated with some type of material to prevent this type of thing. Think about planes and such going up to 50,000 feet and then coming back down. Condensation occurs so components have to be able to handle that. As to how you get the stuff or what it's even called I do not know.
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post #25 of 79
must be really expensive stuff
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post #26 of 79
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ya were talking about a really expensive test thats why i want to get it right (If possible) the first time
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post #27 of 79
Well, it shouldn't be to hard to change your fridge temperature above given temperature. For example, if you run it at 14*C (my fridge's max is 10*C) it'll cool your computer nicely and the compressor won't die that fast due to the higher temps it's working at (meaning, it has to compress the air less when it only needs to be 14*C, while compressing 20*C air to 7*C would be too much for such a thing because the fridge is constantly being heated up by your computer. It'll hold much better at 14*C and it still keeps your fridge nice and cool
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post #28 of 79
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Originally Posted by Anzen
Well, it shouldn't be to hard to change your fridge temperature above given temperature. For example, if you run it at 14*C (my fridge's max is 10*C) it'll cool your computer nicely and the compressor won't die that fast due to the higher temps it's working at (meaning, it has to compress the air less when it only needs to be 14*C, while compressing 20*C air to 7*C would be too much for such a thing because the fridge is constantly being heated up by your computer. It'll hold much better at 14*C and it still keeps your fridge nice and cool
lol this has been tryed many times before no matter what you do a "normal" fridge will not beable to cool a heat source like a computer because normaly when its cooling your food once it gets your food cold your food gives off very little to no heat so it has to do little work to keep it cool. With a computer the fridge will have to be working at full capacity all the time because it will be giving off heat all the time.
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post #29 of 79
Maybe have a water cooling setup and keep the reservoir in the mini-fridge. No more noisy fans...
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post #30 of 79
Quote:
Originally Posted by vsingh
Borrow your neighbor's refrigerator

Just kidding.

Man, if you can make a rig out of a small fridge, think about what you could do with a regular-sized fridge You could make such a big server that you could run AMD or something

If I ran AMD I would unlock the multi's on all CPU's
You must be stuck in the Athlon XP era... Athlon64's run a LOT cooler than P4's... And Opterons are even cooler! But I don't think you can unlock any of them.
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