3072Re: CPU Speed, Heat, etc. (was Re: [NTO] Math MB > GB)
- May 8, 2002Hi Jim,
I certainly believed they have/had the units. What I was talking
about was what I thought was a play on words. The refrigerators
were certainly cool, but they are "way too kewl" (COOL) also. ;)
Or, is COOL an acronym?
I think it was Harvey that mentioned they already had some type
of thermal control units. I was thinking more on the lines of an
everyday (miniature though) A/C unit say the size of a pwr supply
that would mount right inside a tower case where a pwr supply
would go. It would cool big time, and also draw the moisture
out of the air and help with corrosion. A long time NoteTabber,
Dr. ??? in Hawaii, told me that they had to buy new computers
every two years because of the humidly and salty air destroying
>>I don't think Jim was joking, were you Jim?Happy Topics,
>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>The old Cray SuperComputers had the CPU's and Ram in a refrigerator.:-)
>>>>You can get cases today that come with A/C units.
>>> >COOL is the word!!
>>> ARGH! That is as bad as my rectifiers humming because they
>>> forgot the words. ;)
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