A user uploaded a post to Reddit showing how the computer cooled
Throughout our years as lovers of the gaming world we have seen modified computers of all colors and styles. Perhaps the one that is most in vogue currently is that of the Spanish streamer known as Xokas, but there have also been PCs shaped like sneakers and even a computer system made of mushrooms. In the end, the world of custom computers is really wide and houses a wide variety of options that are really interesting. What we had never seen until now was a gaming computer cooled with snowand it seems that a Reddit user has decided to cool his computer in this way so that it does not heat up while playing in some images that have unleashed a wave of memes and criticism.
How to cool down a computer easily according to a Reddit user
It’s surprising, but that’s how it is, as you can see in the image, a Reddit user has decided to take his computer outside in the middle of winter and after a snowfall. He baptized his post with a fairly clear comment on the situation:
I’m ready to have my cooling setup evaluated. There are drops of between 30 and 40 degrees in temperature at times of high load.
In the image you can clearly see how, after a heavy snowfall, he has the computer on the street, passing the cable through the grill of a window to be able to plug it into electricity and peripherals*. Something that is obviously very dangerous.
The jokes from the rest of the users were immediate and they started talking about how I was falsifying the data and that they wanted screenshots of those temperatures. Another warned that a bird could nest in your setup and that this way he would have someone to blame if it broke.
To say that this not only has a negative effect due to the low temperature, but also due to the high humidity in the environment and that can obviously leak into the computer, potentially cause some fright to the user who handles it.
Finally, we cannot forget that the computer needs to reach certain temperatures to function. Temperatures that are too cold are also very bad for devices, which below a certain number of degrees Celsius can encounter malfunctions or they don’t start directly. Thus, the ideal is to keep it in places dry and at room temperature of a home.
It’s true, we’ve all seen those images of underwater data centers to fight overheating, but there they have used much more refined techniques than those used by this Reddit user. In any case, it is something that We do not recommend that anyone do it at home. for quite obvious reasons.
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