A friend of mine said he was going to mod his computer so a CO3 tank is used as the heatsink. He tried to explain that the thing would get rid of his cpu noise and stuff.
Heh I was wondering, from the extreme heat the CPU emits, wouldnt this eventually allmost cause the CO3 mini tank to overexpand and literally explode destroying everything in his computer like a bomb?
I thought it was sorta funny, and i would never risk trying this myself.
I've made CO3 powered cars in shop class for raceing and one of the "lower achiever" students decided he wanted to spray everyone with high pressured air. Now he did punture the tip whilst holding this thing, but even with his godly grib (my ass), he couldnt manage the pressure and it bounced all over the place. very danagerous, but also funny in a way i suppose.