Mineral oil submerged computer

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Mineral oil submerged computer

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Puget Custom Computers made a nice mineral oil submerged computer –

Over the years, we have seen many projects on the web that cooled a computer using common vegetable oil, including a very popular video by Tom’s Hardware. We felt that by building a computer in an aquarium using clear mineral oil, that we would be able to accomplish a much more attractive results!

Mineral Oil Submerged Computer – [via] Link.

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8 thoughts on “Mineral oil submerged computer

  1. jordan314 says:

    That’s really cool. It looks neat and the video is really well done. Props!

  2. tms10000 says:

    Also mineral oil does not degrade as easily as vegetable oil…

  3. Lang says:

    So I assume that mineral oil is completely non conductive, right? Wow, amazing. Keep that sealed tight and you probably NEVER have to clean our your MoBo.

    Nice.

  4. Darrell says:

    I love your design and 1 upped it. I put 16 Terabytes of hard disk drives in oil also. Check out my video and blog.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9qwjHR82fM&feature=share
    http://oilsubmersionmediaserver.blogspot.com/

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