Ghetto Cooling Solutions

Usufruct

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You know, a radeon 9600 pro is like not even $80. And you wouldn't need to put wood in your PC with that.
 

masterazn

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I have a RADEON 9200SE and my PC sucks so much it's not worth the $80, it's only worth the $1 case fan and the $0.20 icecream.
 

Usufruct

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Well, do you know if the stick is a popsicle stick, an ice cream stick, a fudgesicle stick or an orange creamsicle stick? I think you would achieve the highest performance if you used an orange creamsicle stick.
 

Usufruct

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A good friend of mine and I put a Honda B18C1 (GSR) Engine in a 2 door honda civic dx last summer. It is cool. But it got a lot faster when we stuck a GSR emblem under "Civic" on the back end. I swear!
 

Lord_Shinnok

Diabloii.Net Member
here is what you do:

1) pick up towel
2) grip tightly with both hands
3) when in the proper position moves arms up
4) after going up for about 2 seconds go down for 4 sec
5) repeat this motion and speed up if needed.

If you find that this job is to hard for you find either a hobo or person you can beat up and make them do it.
 

djIgneo

Diabloii.Net Member
Don't they make liquid-cooled computer rigs? There ya go!

If you're not looking into spending much cash, I would also recommend you use an Orange Creamsicle stick.
 

sunbearie

Diabloii.Net Member
djIgneo said:
Don't they make liquid-cooled computer rigs? There ya go!

If you're not looking into spending much cash, I would also recommend you use an Orange Creamsicle stick.
Actually, I would recommend looking into the local dumpster :) You can find many sticks there.
 

CyberHawk

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Ash Housewares said:
if it catches fire, pee it out

I actually did this on a go-cart engine once. Hey I paid a 100$ for it..it aint gonna burn up unless I DO IT MYSELF!!

ps. it worked..until like the next day we blew it up....damnit.


Also wood in a pc is soooo damn sexy! I love this idea. He gets a A in my book.;)
 

UserMathias

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cyclotronic said:
You know, i hear water has fabulous cooling qualitys, may be something to look into?
A friend of a friend of mine once had an interesting cooling method. He had one of those cooling devices that used water. He replaced the water with red wine. Then attached a straw (somehow) to the whole thing so he could sip from it.

Apparently it was lots of fun. :rolleyes: Needless to say, his comp was fried after only two days. It was all part of pulling off a (profitless) guarantee scam. I never did find out if they accepted it. Heh, eccentrics... gotta love 'em.
 

Rius666

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Water cooling is a good coolling solution but unless hes willing to pay lots of money for it (which he already said he isnt) then its no good. Also it takes a lot of work to maintain and set up. And u also need the right parts for it. You cant just buy a water cooling kit and slap it together. To get the best results u want to set it up first
 
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