[rescue] Opera and NetBSD -- STAY AWAY

Zach Malone rescue at sunhelp.org
Mon Jun 25 03:33:53 CDT 2001

I read some articles about a year ago in which someone submerged a PC
motherboard into baby oil (I think thats the oil they used), and then
lowered air conditioner cooling coils into the oil.  I think they achieved
an overclock in the range of 2.5x original speed.
----- Original Message -----
From: <dave at cca.org>
To: <rescue at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: [rescue] Opera and NetBSD -- STAY AWAY

> gwadkins at erols.com writes:
> >But, apparently it was thermally conductive...  Hmm, what an idea...
> >immersion cooling.
> >why use tricky and possibly conductive CFC's for cooling when we can pump
> >chilled bearing grease through the case and cool it that way...  er,
> >no, no that wouldn't do at all...
> Didn't IBM use oil immersion for cooling some of their machines in
> the 50s?
> -- david fischer -- dave at cca.org -- www.cca.org -- Cthulhu told me to. --
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