[clug] Re: nitrogen cooled server

Rousak, Boris Boris.Rousak at actewagl.com.au
Thu Nov 6 10:54:45 EST 2003

dry-ice/ethanol??? Wouldn't be kind enough to post a link to that particular
escapade, would you?

Curious and somewhat bedazzled,

-----Original Message-----
From: Darren Freeman [mailto:daz111 at rsphysse.anu.edu.au]
Sent: Thursday, 6 November 2003 10:47 AM
To: Ellis
Cc: linux at samba.org
Subject: Re: [clug] Re: nitrogen cooled server

On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 00:25, Ellis wrote:
> Darren,
> This is the stuff of legend. Tell us that you have the photos up some
> and have submitted it to http://slashdot.org ....

;) I have no photos although it keeps locking up so for today there's
another litre of nitrogen living under my desk.

But /. has seen plenty of nitrogen cooled PCs before. Never to get a
system working normally, always for overclocking.

And generally not just sitting in a foam cup ;)

> It must be at possible to sneak it on a rsphysse.anu.edu.au site.

"Note - Cost of incoming traffic for 2003:
International = $0.08/MB   Domestic (Aust) = $0.04/MB   AARnet =
$0.0225/MB" -- from our admin

not worth it, I've done funnier things that did make it on /. so now I
can rest ;)

Anyone remember the dry-ice/ethanol cooled PC? Foam box with motherboard
in a plastic bag dipped in the slurry? That was me plus friends.

> Peter

Have fun,

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