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Oil Cooled
By: ben333 Rating: 7 (2 votes)
Homepage: www.333networks.co.nr Login to rate this case
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Cost: Under $20
Last updated: 01/10/2007
   
Info: Motherboard, RAM, and PSU are submerged in cooking oil. The computer makes no noise except for the DVD+RW and hard drive (which can not be in the oil)
Comments: (13)
On the desk with 19" LCD
On the desk with 19" LCD
working area
working area
inside
inside
VGA extention (don't get monitor dirty)
VGA extention (don't get monitor dirty)
dirves
dirves
50 GB + USB
50 GB + USB
ben333 commented on 2007-02-08 22:00:00 that:
uber! :'(

Uber commented on 2007-02-02 22:00:00 that:
Tomshardware did it :)

Crow47 commented on 2007-01-18 22:00:00 that:
Wow. Just wow. That looks really nasty. Where did you get this idea?

ben333 commented on 2007-01-17 22:00:00 that:
its not nasty - you cook food in it... lol

gotdamojo06 commented on 2007-01-15 22:00:00 that:
nice idea...looks like some nasty yellow oil though...

velocity11 commented on 2007-01-06 22:00:00 that:
Are you Ben from BC Canada?

asus commented on 2007-01-06 22:00:00 that:
GHETTO

ben333 commented on 2007-01-06 22:00:00 that:
not from Canada, but near it (north east USA)

ben333 commented on 2007-01-06 22:00:00 that:
If ANYONE wants to do this:
keep in mind that your motherboard will be hard to clean (if not hard, impossible)
and, do not blame me for any damage to parts
hard drives have an air intake hole, so they cant be in oil.
the cd drive could be in oil -- but why?
( You dont want to do this with your new computer because: hard to move, MAY over heat, hard to re-use parts. i did it later with a 2.53GHz single-core, 512 RAM and 80 GB - i will make an oil sevrer.

ben333 commented on 2007-01-01 22:00:00 that:
lol

ben333 commented on 2007-01-01 22:00:00 that:
i made one in a 10 gallon fishtank - uploading pics soon :)

dbz223 commented on 2006-12-31 22:00:00 that:
wow,umm thats just a little dirty

ben333 commented on 2006-12-27 22:00:00 that:
600 MHz
256 RAM
XP PRO
80-100 F (temp)
{If you try this, then don't use an oil with salt)


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