Reactor PC

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The Reactor PC submerges the PC into mineral oil to create an overclocked game killing machine.
$5,000-$11,000.

www.hardcorecomputer.com/ProductCategoryDetail_catDesktop_productReactor1.aspx


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    WhiskeyTango

    It seems like you could build a similar system for a lot less money.

    WhiskeyTango

    Cool looking case, though.

    Queensly

    FAP FAP FAP FAP FAP FAP FAP

    didyimis

    I don’t know much about cases, but this one’s quite purrdy

    hvymetal86

    There was a pretty good article/review on this machine in Maximum PC a while ago. It’s on their website now:
    www.maximumpc.com/article/features/hardcorepc_reactor

    ian356094

    I DUNNO, WILL IT RUN MINESWEEPER?

    Luke Magnifico

    Looks delicious.

    borandi

    Looks useless and expensive. Just run water cooling through a chiller.

    WistfulD

    The point is that you can have the processor directly in the fluid. Way too expensive to be worth the benefit (just wait 6 months for when a faster processor comes out. Mainfram makers like Cray and NEC have much cooler (yeah yeah, pun) coolant systems.

    Brushaway

    what about doing it with a server room tho? or is it only for cooling to very low temperatures?

    Nimbo

    Needs to be bathed in Flourinert FC-84 and kept at 185 degrees kelvin, then thats impressive.

    egnilk66

    Do you think Casemods could hook us up?