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    Is it worth it

    I am thinking of moving the whole computer system into the basement. anyone think it is worth it. it will ba a cooler place in the summer to be overclocking. I will also have more room to expand with my new room to play in.

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    and no kid fingers in the fans

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    And you can heat your basement in the winter with the computers. Good idea... wish I had more room for my machines.

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    thats where mine is

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    thats where mine are
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    Me too thats what gives me the ability to run the Pandacooler so high.
    Their website said "Requires Linux Distrubution based on kernel 2.4.2 or better," so I went and installed FreeBSD.

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    i just have a big bedroom with ducted air conditioning. suits me fine

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    hell, i just put it outside my office here in Vostok, Antarctica... nothing like an ambient of -148F to cool the athy

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    wheeeeeww.. -148.... Looks like I know where I'm moving/lol I have mine in a small extra bedroom, I have central air, but I put a window unit in too/ Kinda chilly in here during the summer/ shrug.... Kids don't like going in here / awwwwwwwwww < Lmaooooooo

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    Well it sounds like the basement is the best place to store the equiptment for the summer. have to either shop for a new desk or make something that would have enough room!

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    My father the other day said why not move your computer into the basement, or get a air conditioner to cool it. When I move to the other farm I am going to set the house up with computer lines, network lines and other stuff. I will prob setup a server type deal, dual K8's or even quad muhahahaha. I will prob set it up so more than one person can use the same computer. There is a way to do this, and it actually works beleive it or not.


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    Jeffy79

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    Woo, almost 666 posts.


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    come on!! one more, and you're "the evil poster-devil"!!!

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    THAT WOULD BE SO COOL!

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