[pic] Cooking Times


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Motoko.

Well at least there's one benchmark Nvidia owns at. :laugh:

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Skulltrail

LOL. Is this legit? Who would actually cook meats on such expensive graphics cards? :laugh:

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Geoffrey B.

I have cooked an egg on a Graphics card once as a school project. We had overclocked an nvidia 7600 to play Crysis

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Soldiers33

wouldnt the oil from the bacon conduct electricty?

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itzwolf

wouldnt the oil from the bacon conduct electricty?

That's what I would think would happen...

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Xilo

wouldnt the oil from the bacon conduct electricty?

Most oil is generally non conductive. People have built mineral oil tanks to house their computers.

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Motoko.

Most oil is generally non conductive. People have built mineral oil tanks to house their computers.

Yeah like this

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mokthraka

how does anyone belevie this...

bacon in 6 seconds. your not cooking meat that fast...

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qdave

Haha they actually tried it! Too bad it didnt work :p Maybe the next time they can turn the fan off.

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Nagisan

Yeah like this

Wow, if I hadn't taken a second look at that picture I would have sworn that was the mineral oil submerged server I built a little over a year ago. :P

Almost the same tank I used and it even has the bubble bar in it, but I had the PSU mounted on the back side of the motherboard tray (you couldn't see the PSU from the front).

Haha they actually tried it! Too bad it didnt work :p Maybe the next time they can turn the fan off.

They also had the GPU fully exposed and everything, put it in a case or something where its known to get roughly 50% hotter then they show in that video, and it just might be enough.

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