Aquarium PC

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Yep, thats what they did alright. They was talking about doing this on tech tv a couple weeks ago too.





Savvy :)
 
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That would be cool if it still works after the burn-in (didn't let temp above room temp) and they could develop it. Although I don't know how they would, it would be nice and quite. :) And you AMD users out there wouldn't have to put up with a jet engine anymore. :D Hell, with a silent cooling solution like that I might switch to AMD, but probably not. :)
 
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I checked the site again today and he'd posted a small reply on it about it's burn-in. Says it ran fine for days...

I think it would require more oil if it was going to be a hotter processor.

T_R_J
 
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Yes you are right, it would require more oil... but it would still be silent. :D
 
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Yes... much better than the jet engines AMD users have to deal with. :D

Mike
 
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Another thing is to keep water out of that oil. any condesation could sink and pool on the board. The whole oil is lighter than water thing.
 

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