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    KodeKatt's amazing PC rig

    Today KodeKatt shared her gaming rig with us. Apparently someone didn't believe she was getting 500+ FPS while running TFC. She has an amazing setup with most of her hardware submerged in mineral oil.

    Check it out

    Last edited by ethe334; 18th March 2014 at 17:27. Reason: You had a 'his'

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    Jesus. Christ.
    I'll give you £20 for it!


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    Hope the case doesn't spring a leak, that would make a mess.
    I wonder what all the green/red blinking leds on the motherboard are

    And the name Kacey Kitty suggests its 'her gaming rig'.

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    Ethe got outbid! £20.01
    Sup

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    My Pentium III powered by an ECO-Generator using potatoes can run TFC with just a bit over 9000 FPS!

    Also cooling isn't needed since the potatoes are absorbing the heat making your dinner at the same time!

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    LOL Ill take 200 of those plz!!!
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    This may sound like a nooby question, but if it is submerged in mineral oil. How isnt it pouring our of the fan at the back?


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    Imagine the power bill! Christ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sverf View Post
    Hope the case doesn't spring a leak, that would make a mess.
    I wonder what all the green/red blinking leds on the motherboard are
    The "case" is a fish tank.

    The green/red lights are for the RAM, signaling usage on each chip.

    I can take a follow up video after I clean it up a bit (it's got a lot of dust on some areas) to show it in a bit more detail.

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    You should add a review of the tank to that site with a picture of your fish

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