posted on Sep, 23 2019 @ 01:01 AM
a reply to: gallop
Hey whatever works. Just for extra performance I would add some dry ice to that vodka shake it up a bit wait a minute or two, and pump it through
the tubes, you know just to see what happens, just you know, as long as it has an outlet to let out some steam that vodka vortex should keep it from
But then again to expensive as the dry ice would melt to fast if its not sealed, may as well just use R22 refrigerent, it turns to gas at room
temperatures, then you just have to pressurize it with some cheap piston, they got to sell some somewere or just find it in an old busted AC and take
it out of there at the junk yard, and stick it into the PC.
But I think that picture of that guy who stuck his PC in the fridge would be better and more effective then both ways, they do sell little tiny
fridges that dont take that much power or space. Drill some holes and seal them back up, run some cables out of it. And presto spagetio, super cooled
PC, then you can just flip the switch on the tiny fridge when your not using it.
Or. Man that guys PC is way cooler then mine. Mine is like ancient now, for real its slow as all hell, but I stopped using it for gaming years and
years ago, also even if I get a new one it would eventually upload windows 10 even if I remover it. Some years ago I woke up in the middle of the
night. The thing turned on by itself and was uploading windows 10 after months of always clicking NO, or upload next time or tomorrow, on the update
popup screen always just clicked some other time for a almost a year, before it decided to do it by itself.
I almost took the bat to it, to stop it from uploading all the way when I woke up and saw it turned on by itself.