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Old 8th October 2010, 16:32   #151
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live is hard on students? had to sale the housing?
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live is hard on students? had to sale the housing?
haha

no need to sell annything
Stil using my benchtable

But the reason behind that ugly looking box is actually.
That I need a place to test passive aircoolers in a controlled area ^^
And that box is doing a great job at that
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Make note that 'a controlled area' does not match a conventional pc housing specifications, i.e. it does not represent a real-life situation as metal en aluminum housings have better cooling ability's as that paper box, they also have different acoustics and air-flow design.
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Make note that 'a controlled area' does not match a conventional pc housing specifications, i.e. it does not represent a real-life situation as metal en aluminum housings have better cooling ability's as that paper box, they also have different acoustics and air-flow design.

thanks for the heads up.

And yeah I am keeping that in minde but this is just a temp solution
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