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Linus can you please do a video on your old subzero pc?

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Over the years @LinusTech has always hinted at his old subzero opteron pc he built years ago but nothings ever become of it. Personally, I've always been interested in the modified ac unit chiller boxes they seem like the only plausible way to cool a pc subambiant. However, their just isn't a whole lot of information on the subject that isn't severely outdated and would love to see Linus go at it and try not to fry some electronics with condensation.

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1 hour ago, SwingLifeAway92 said:

Over the years @LinusTech has always hinted at his old subzero opteron pc he built years ago but nothings ever become of it. Personally, I've always been interested in the modified ac unit chiller boxes they seem like the only plausible way to cool a pc subambiant. However, their just isn't a whole lot of information on the subject that isn't severely outdated and would love to see Linus go at it and try not to fry some electronics with condensation.

 

 

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1 hour ago, SwingLifeAway92 said:

Over the years @LinusTech has always hinted at his old subzero opteron pc he built years ago but nothings ever become of it. Personally, I've always been interested in the modified ac unit chiller boxes they seem like the only plausible way to cool a pc subambiant. However, their just isn't a whole lot of information on the subject that isn't severely outdated and would love to see Linus go at it and try not to fry some electronics with condensation.

Actually that's totally coming. Will be tackling Threadripper with it.

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Just now, E_Elektrisk_K said:

Floatplane? 

It's not up yet, if that's what you're asking. But yeah, it'll hit fp first.

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Just now, E_Elektrisk_K said:

Oh. Do you know when it will be posted?

It's not shot yet, so... eventually(tm)

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@LinusTech Thanks for always providing great and entertaining content :D can't wait to see it!

 

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