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    LOL funny!!

    Not good though, it would take away some needs of my job.. :thumbs do

    As long as folks keep stealing stuff I keep delivering my services.. :devil win


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    Hahaha that is great! A good read :D. I wonder if the part about the guy stealing it is really true... A computer illiterate person would probably be like "The heavier it is, the more powerful." Lol knowing your average thief I think they would think alike...
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    I laughed my ass off, that really made my day! But on a more serious note. What about using the cement as a cooling solution, and anti theft in a working machine. Just hope it never needs a replacement part.
    I think I'll try it on an old p100 if I ever get time. First, remove all fans and hs's except the psu fan. Make an intake duct on the top for it. Mask all surfaces that need cooling. Take a caulking gun tube of silicone and rubber gloves, then coat everything electric. remove the masking and let it dry for a few days. then test it shortly to make sure it still works.
    Next step, fill er up. And voila, a 110lb anti theft super cooled anti condensation computer(if it works).lol
    Any thoughts?

    Another brainstorm:wow: remote locate the psu, cd rom, power button and keep the contraption in a deep freezer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus7001
    I laughed my ass off, that really made my day! But on a more serious note. What about using the cement as a cooling solution, and anti theft in a working machine. Just hope it never needs a replacement part.
    I think I'll try it on an old p100 if I ever get time. First, remove all fans and hs's except the psu fan. Make an intake duct on the top for it. Mask all surfaces that need cooling. Take a caulking gun tube of silicone and rubber gloves, then coat everything electric. remove the masking and let it dry for a few days. then test it shortly to make sure it still works.
    Next step, fill er up. And voila, a 110lb anti theft super cooled anti condensation computer(if it works).lol
    Any thoughts?

    Another brainstorm:wow: remote locate the psu, cd rom, power button and keep the contraption in a deep freezer.
    Two interesting ideas I've seen is someone building a PC in a bar fridge, and someone water cooling with the water being kept cold 6ft under ground.

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