CPU Cooling With Toilet Water?

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    Zema Bus

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    See the whole article with pictures at ExtremeTech.com
    So, the more you go, the more you can overclock :D
     

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    TriplexDread VIP Member

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    I think someone needs to invest in a new cistern tank ewwww mingin
     
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    Half a cup of neat Domestos would sort that out ;)
     
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    Lol, it would also warm the bleach into a vapour as it went into the PC around the cooling tower, anyone for a dose of chlorine gas?

    My goodness whats that refreshing odour making my eyes water and my lungs bleed, is it a new blend of Glade Airfresh or Eau de toilette perchance?
    :fool:
     
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    :cry:

    Really banned for a little bit of sarcasm? It's ok for this bloke to say "I think someone needs to invest in a new cistern tank ewwww mingin!"

    But the minute I post a little sarcasm at the idea of putting bleach into a PC cooling unit I return to login and find I have been BANNED for the above post.

    That's pretty childish behaviour, who the hell mod's this forum, is it some bad tempered little kid who draws some kind of sadistic pleasure from banning new user's who havent paid for VIP access.

    Yes, your BAN is really effective as you can no doubt see. :blush:

    I have no doubt you'll probably ban this account too, go right ahead I've finished having my little rant and I have no desire to be a part of any community run by the likes of you!

    You can BAN an IP range but you might want to bear in mind that some people have enough experiance under there belt to walk all over your BAN.. When you dig around in your logs you may find that originally I was located in the United States, but now I am located in Bolivia. Thats the kind of experiance money can't buy.

    Bye-Bye
     
    Surfer500, Sep 11, 2012
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    muckshifter Captain Crunchie, Retired Moderator

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    If you are the person who was using the monica Alienware, you were simply banned for contravening the Forum Guidelines, namely ...

    http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/faq.php?faq=guidelines#faq_guideslinesfaq

    ... I banned you, you don't like it, take it up with Admin.

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    floppybootstomp sugar 'n spikes Moderator

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    If the karzi user was to clean out their cistern I trust they would have the sense to shut down 'puter and remove tubes prior to sploshing in some bleach.

    Anyway, all water containers used regularly like a cistern ain't going to look too pretty, don't mean to say it's unhygenic though.

    Good idea I reckon, would be better with the cistern lid on though.
     
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