12th March 2004
not to put in my comp, but to look at
Thinking about it.
I didn't make it!
you could just retrofit a celing fan into your case and save some money ;)
22nd December 2003
christ, thats amazing, and made with the help of british areospace! nice find there M!tch :naughty:
Trust me, I'm a Doctor
25th November 2003
Holy crap thats huge!!!
20th April 2004
I think its a joke guys. It is a joke right?
Live to Frag
29th December 2004
ill bet you could keep a computer cool on the sun with this puppy...lol
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27th January 2004
:dropsjaw: Well thats a bit excessive!
What does the Fox say?
23rd November 2002
Well,... Take a look at this one. http://www.g-ray.co.uk/pictures/CMhyper6.jpg
One of the Forum Moderators, mentioned that cranking that thing up up to a higher RPM, caused Singularities to form. I wonder if he is refering to black holes, wormholes, or temporal singularities. :D
NickI was talking to the Zalman guys today. There is a slight error in the article, it says that it was developed with British Aerospce, but I forgot to mention that they got the guys at Cern to do the bearings for them using there particel accelerator technology... hence the massive speeds, size and power consumption.
Unfortunately, given that the bearing is essentially a scaled down magnetic flux accelerator, they can't, at this time, shrink it anymore. This is due to the possibility of creating a singularity with the fan bearing at high speeds. They are working on it though.
Sounds like I should get me one. My Flux Capacitor is only lacking a quatum singularity generator, and I can create a local temporal distortion, around a mobile combustion engine.
See the forums. http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=46455
21st February 2005
Holly crap batman! How can you get that into your PC? You can kiss good bye your video card and better use onbored cause thay thing looks like it takes up the whole motherbored!
Jeff is a mean boss
28th July 2002
nice.....ill put that right next to my time machine