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    atiVidia's Avatar ^would've been cool.
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    how bout this! clocker, u kno how to mod things very well rite? well then, how bout creating some sort of heatpipe which carries processor/vid card/ram heat and sends it to the top of the PC. at the top, there will be a flask with a copper base to heat up water) and the top of the flask hits a cylindrical section which has a turbine, and the turbine produces power!!!!! the water goes into a separate upside down flask from there, where it cools and comes back into the copper base flask
    the power would be used to cool the water in the top flask using the peltier system

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    bit extravagent and i dont think it'll work either

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    you won't be able to boil too much water with a normal pc
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    from the diagram.....that is one ugly looking pc

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    you caN oc until it becomes like an oven in your room

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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob
    you won&#39;t be able to boil too much water with a normal pc
    damn, i was hoping to turn my PC into some sort of tea-maker
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    Originally posted by DarthInsinuate@11 December 2003 - 21:00
    damn, i was hoping to turn my PC into some sort of tea-maker
    settle for coffee?

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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob+11 December 2003 - 22:13--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (3rd gen noob &#064; 11 December 2003 - 22:13)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-DarthInsinuate@11 December 2003 - 21:00
    damn, i was hoping to turn my PC into some sort of tea-maker
    settle for coffee?

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    that is when you know you have too much time on your hand....modding your pc into a coffee machine when you there is a coffee maker for less then 50 dollars....an i thought water cooling was dangerous

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    Originally posted by Kunal@11 December 2003 - 16:42
    bit extravagent and i dont think it&#39;ll work either.
    if clocker doesnt try it, ill try it (connect my ram, vid card, and cpu+chipset to the contraption). if its successful, ill submit directions on how to do it&#33;

    btw i love the coffee machine 3rd gen noob&#33;&#33;&#33;

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    i seriously doubt that the idea will work
    remember that you&#39;ll have to raise the water from room temperature (approx 25 degrees celsius) up to 100 degrees celsius
    then you&#39;ll need to evaporate the water too

    unless you&#39;re using a tiny amount of water, i can&#39;t see it working

    would be interesting to see though

    p.s. for the coffee site, i remember it being posted a long time ago, it never took too long to find
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