Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Johnny, Nov 19, 2008.
This is good lol ..
yeah.... it's basically the same theory as the following... except not quite as neat.
As expected..... with a computer designed around being completely submerged.... it kinda takes Alienware's outrageous prices and laughs in their face (which is easily noticable by the fact that it's not possible to customize one and have the price come out to under $3,000. C2D E8600, 2GB DDR3, 1x 500GB Hard drive, 1x 9800GTX, 1x 650w power supply, Pioneer DVD Burner, and NO OS still is $3,500). doesn't mean i wouldn't want one though, even though upgrading it would be a pain, since you'd have to get the new parts from them, seeing as they'd have to be specially treated and designed to work in their case.... which i have to say is BEAUTIFUL!
If you look around on Google... you can find reviews of it where they go more in-depth with the design and show you a lot more about it. really ingeniously designed i must say. If i remember correctly, the whole motherboard is secured to a panel that's screwed in around the top of the case..... with like 20-some screws or something.
I like the radiator in that, dragon. I priced a top of the line product and it came out to 12,000.00 lol ...
yeah.... Tri-SLI and those quads can get rather expensive in the Reactor PC. lol
Still..... if i had $3,000-$12,000 to blow.... i'd get one.
I hope the idiot did not eat the fries.
There are dozens of toxic chemicals and solvents in the computer parts that would leach into hot oil, not the worst of which is the lead in the solder.
well.... seeing as how under the last pic he put "mmmm.... toxicated fries".... i'm pretty sure he knew that eating them would be a bad thing.
it really wouldn't. It would only be an issue if he made it a habit to have silicon fries every day. You breath more toxins walking down the street that would leech from the pc parts frying your chips
Guys pick up the latest issue of Maximum PC. You will see a true submerged PC. In production and selling to consumers.
that was awesome
Terrahertz: you mean...... the one i linked to in the 4th post of the thread?