Today, I’d like to share a link to a project I’ve always found hilarious. The Project E.U.N.U.C.H. explores the potential of using frozen alcohol as a coolant for computers. This idea might seem pretty simple, given that water cooling is becoming more accessible to the common gamer. However, Project E.U.N.U.C.H. is well over five years old, a time where no gamer would think of putting water into his computer. My favorite result of this experiment was running HalfLife on a 486 for several minutes. However, I won’t spoil all the fun, go on and take a look at the article.
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