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Hardware Hacking The hammer and tongs school of Overclocking. (NOT for the beginner and you assume all risks)


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Old 8th September, 2004, 12:12 AM
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Lightbulb How to Cook Eggs on Your Heatsink

http://www.phys.ncku.edu.tw/~htsu/humor/fry_egg.html
He should have used it for folding.
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Old 8th September, 2004, 01:18 AM
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Old 8th September, 2004, 01:20 AM
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Apparently not. lol
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lol, AMD got one up on Intel....0_o
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Should have used a prescott.
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I can see it now.....The next craze in CPU cooling........meat cooling. 'My barton was getting a little hot so I dropped 50 bucks on a nice thermaltake steak and now it's running at 30 celsius.'
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AMAZING!
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Old 8th September, 2004, 08:33 PM
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im wondering is that an overclocked XP? if it is then itd be easyer because it generates a more than stock amount of heat
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I can see it now.....The next craze in CPU cooling........meat cooling. 'My barton was getting a little hot so I dropped 50 bucks on a nice thermaltake steak and now it's running at 30 celsius.'
NOT adkins friendly.
youd also have to market a tofu version for vegetarians. lol
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im wondering is that an overclocked XP? if it is then itd be easyer because it generates a more than stock amount of heat
with a descent stock cooler, my 2400XP ran 58c load, so with a crappy cooler made of pennies, it will provide plenty of heat at stock.
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ya, your probably right
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lol.....i must say, thats one you dont see everyday, goes to show you that theres no limit to what a pc can do...lol.....
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lol.....i must say, thats one you dont see everyday, goes to show you that theres no limit to what a pc can do...lol.....
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On tom's hardware, they had a video, where a AMD 1400TB (not o/c'ed) , they took the cooler off and it got too 390c or so...that is..734f, and yes, you can cook eggs and steak on it.., but they had a ghetto heatsink, so I say they aere running 70c...that is..158f, yes, you can cook eggs on that..lol....take a while tho..
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I figure if you can buy a 12V cigarette lighter that fits in your 5.25 bay then you should have a super heatsink that will come out of the case and form into a grill or even a griddle. mmmmm...im hungry
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ROFLMFAO!
That must ruin the PSU pretty fast..lol
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Why would you get that when you could haveTHIS?
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OMFG!
I want one, but I dont smoke, but the drink holder is awesome.
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I've got two of those drink holder thingies in my computer already. Now if I can just figure out what to do with these round, flat, shiny thingies.......
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I've got two of those drink holder thingies in my computer already. Now if I can just figure out what to do with these round, flat, shiny thingies.......
coasters?
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