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About QueenDemetria

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    Always Sunny

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    Chicago or something
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  1. Unfortunately it's not possible due to being limited to draw calls and other 'bottlenecks'(mostly software).
  2. What's the point of race cars if they have no use outside of racing? Oh yeah, its fun and it can help with future technologies.
  3. I mean, thermally it should be fine, but I can see the car acting as an insulator(it would only effect temps by 1-2ish degrees on components like VRAM and VRMs).
  4. When your PC crashes and takes out a crowd of people... jk, but electrically the car is probably fine. Most model cars have clear coat over the paint so you should be covered there(edit: lol the pun). I would just secure the car wherever you place it, since PC's tend to be moved and bumped. You can place the car on the GPU, although I would avoid it due to thermal reasons(meh) and to prevent even more GPU sag(and depending on the weight of the car, it could strain the card/slot).
  5. Happy whatever you celebrate


    Here's a gift:


    1. Frankie


      Happy whatever :D:)

  6. This is why I troll people with gifts. Somebody is getting a 3D printed dickbutt for Christmas this year, actually everybody is but me since I mass produced them :]
  7. I don't know of any that are 25mm, but this one is 30mm: http://www.performance-pcs.com/bitspower-leviathan-slim-360-4xg1-4-radiator.html
  8. If they are using this radiator, then there would be two extra ports on the top that you can use as fill ports.
  9. If the paste is clean then its safe to use, if not then don't. Also make sure the paste isn't dried.