Published on 15th September 2010 by
Originally Posted by stupidoVery nice...
Did you tried any overclock?
Originally Posted by cjmUKWell it wins on the originality stakes... But I wouldn't want to be buying his used components on the BT Market place...
Just think, if you used a Pentium 4 Extreme Edition chip, it could double up as a deep fat fryer....
Originally Posted by FabouReally nice. But too bad you have not been able to get the pump lying on the floor.
It is very satisfying to stare into the oil and see the convection currents
Originally Posted by docodineConvection currents occur when the liquids of a different temperature move around. The hot oil would move differently than the oil fresh out of the radiators.
Originally Posted by cjmUKMore specifically, the hot oil rises and the cooler oil sinks, so there is a circular current of oil - the oil will change viscosity and perhaps colour with temperature, so you will be able to see streams of different temperatures flowing past each other.
At first, it seemed like an expensive folly, but having already identified its potential as a deep fat fryer, we've now identified that it can also function as a lava lamp... Can we find any more uses for this creation of genius??
Originally Posted by legoman666...chick magnet.
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