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or you just submerge the entire PC without bios battery-turn it every which way and leave it submerged for 24 hours , and let it dry out then full without need of a pump
*** DISCLAIMER THIS IS A JOKE ANY ATTEMPT TO DO THiS IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND MUST BE POSTED WITH PICS LINKED TO THIS THREAD

So I'm not the only one who's had this idea? One of these days I must do something like this with an old machine,
just for feces and giggles. Well, mostly giggles. lachen.gif
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or you just submerge the entire PC without bios battery-turn it every which way and leave it submerged for 24 hours , and let it dry out then full without need of a pump
*** DISCLAIMER THIS IS A JOKE ANY ATTEMPT TO DO THiS IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND MUST BE POSTED WITH PICS LINKED TO THIS THREAD

So I'm not the only one who's had this idea? One of these days I must do something like this with an old machine,
just for feces and giggles. Well, mostly giggles. lachen.gif



Anyone seen those old submerged oil rigs?

I thought about that for about two minutes.

Then I remembered I'm OCD about things and substances on my hands and fingers, and I have a impulse to constantly wash my hands...

So that would probably kill me. rolleyes.gif




Thanks - T
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Anyone seen those old submerged oil rigs?

I thought about that for about two minutes.

Then I remembered I'm OCD about things and substances on my hands and fingers, and I have a impulse to constantly wash my hands...

So that would probably kill me. rolleyes.gif




Thanks - T

As cool as I find that concept, I've honestly never been tempted to do an oil rig, just way too messy for my tastes.
I really like the concept of submerged cooling, but if I were to do it I'd probably use a proper coolant designed
for this such as Fluorinert (though I've been told that there are better things these days). However, considering
how expensive that'd be, probably not going to happen any time soon.

I do actually have a 1700 W Koolance PSU which is liquid-immersion cooled. Originally bought it for my SR-2
rig, but it turns out those two don't like each other, so I needed to use a different PSU. The SR-2's bootup
sequence is TURN ON -> TURN MOSTLY OFF AGAIN -> TURN ON AGAIN AND BOOT. The PSU does not at
all like that temporary shutoff in the middle (it's not a full shutoff, but the pump and all fans and who knows
what else are stopped, and then the PSU will refuse to start again because it's sort-of been shutdown but not
quite).

This thing: http://www.hardocp.com/article/2008/07/21/koolance_psu1300atx12n_liquid_cooled_power_supply

(It gives 1300W on a 120 V line due to current limits, but since I have 230 V, I would get the full 1.7 kW wheee.gif ).
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Now I know that the SMA8 can only support a 120 in the rear, but is it possible to mount a 140? I already have an AF140, and I don't want to have to sell it for a 120. Isn't there adapters of something I can use.
    
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Now I know that the SMA8 can only support a 120 in the rear, but is it possible to mount a 140? I already have an AF140, and I don't want to have to sell it for a 120. Isn't there adapters of something I can use.

Yes there are adapters you can use if you don't want to drill the case
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Can the SM8 natively fit 3 rads? (slim 480 on the top, slim 240 on the bottom and a 360 centred in the front.
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Can the SM8 natively fit 3 rads? (slim 480 on the top, slim 240 on the bottom and a 360 centred in the front.

Yes it can... biggrin.gif
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Thanks, looks like it would be a really tight fit..

Is ordering an SM8 a bad idea now? I remember reading that the Gemini line of cases was supposed to release in the summer of 2015 after the X2. Then again I don't see what can improve with the SM8..
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Thanks, looks like it would be a really tight fit..

Is ordering an SM8 a bad idea now? I remember reading that the Gemini line of cases was supposed to release in the summer of 2015 after the X2. Then again I don't see what can improve with the SM8..
Seeing as they are still cut on colors and cut the X5 and X2 I wouldnt expect a next line to come out in the near future. I think you're good on the SM8
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Thanks, looks like it would be a really tight fit..

Is ordering an SM8 a bad idea now? I remember reading that the Gemini line of cases was supposed to release in the summer of 2015 after the X2. Then again I don't see what can improve with the SM8..

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Seeing as they are still cut on colors and cut the X5 and X2 I wouldnt expect a next line to come out in the near future. I think you're good on the SM8


Yeah, I wouldn't hold my breath for Gemini any time soon.
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