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What happens when you leave you window open all night!!!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Boneface, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. Boneface

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    Well i left my window open all night and its usually blocked with something so the wind cant get in...well it was more windy then usual and it blew the stuffing out lol...i woke up to one hell of a cold apartment and a very cold computer...heres some pics of my temps right now lol...not OCed...so its minus 15f with the wind

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    hammer down n run some benchies!

    :toast:
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    Damn dude! You runnign watercooling or is that on air?
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    if that was me - I would have it outside all the time....lol
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    its air and i am freezing to death in here lol
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    big temp diff compared to yesterday?

    we were like +5 this time yesterday :nutkick:
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    make that space heater get to work, then! Run some benchies!!
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    Ive tried but cant get this thing to do anything...don know if its the board or what
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    my moneys on the hard drive being to cold....
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    Holy sweet fabbo id love to see them temps with mine.
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    I hate Florida, The worse state to OC....its "winter" and its 78f :laugh:
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    Whats that in celcius beleive it or not we do get cold days here in oz just not enuff to get them temps.
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    78f = about 20c

    i think

    its about -10c +/- with the windchill right now should be getting colder as the night moves on
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    I think you should grab your gloves hat and coat and play the snow level of Crysis or even Lost Planet. Would make the game way more realistic and immersive haha.

    ... but very cold
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    thats why i moved away from Phoenix cause the so called "winters"
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    a beautiful and sunny 65f, with clear skyies in the bay area ;)
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    You called? :D
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    A nice warm 20F (5 with wind chill)with snow comin' down like a mofo in the clear blue skies of ohio. LMAO

    Hat knows whats that is like tooo ....
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    I meant Touque :laugh:
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    Run a fan on your computer for condensation. Don't use it.
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    Hey Boneface, I live in Windsor too, usually it isn't this cold and the weather here sucks big time, wait 5 mins. it'll change.
    You better becarefull for any moisture that got into your computer.
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    i just came in from shovelling the snow, AGAIN :banghead:

    and let me tell you it is COLD out there! must be like -15c or so

    nice day for some winter OCing ;)
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    Oh yeah it was really cold at 7 this morning, my nostrils and fingers were frozen. I swear it never actually stops snowing in Barrie.
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    i feel sorry for you guys in the snowbelt :p

    you get all the fun with the sleds :rockout:

    this some crazy weather weve been having lately

    :toast:
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    When seeing the thread title, I thought this was going to be pictures of a PC with lighted fans have moths and other mosquitoes that came in through the window all sucked into the case. That's more of a Florida thing during February, though.

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