Internal PC Cookers

  MattW 09:18 17 Dec 05

Could anyone please tell me where I can buy an internal PC cooker? I noticed someone had placed a link on here a few days ago but have since lost it.

  PaulB2005 09:25 17 Dec 05


Why would you want to put a cooker in your PC?

  MattW 09:32 17 Dec 05

to cook food silly! when I'm hungry. Got USB powered cup warmer and wanted one of theose cookers. Internally mounted in 5.25" bay, they cook small pancakes.

  VoG II 09:34 17 Dec 05
  Meshuga 09:36 17 Dec 05

You will have to download one into a microwave oven and then drag and drop it into your PC.

  PaulB2005 09:45 17 Dec 05

Oh my word.... I thought it was a typo... LOL.

  jbaker65 10:03 17 Dec 05

Remove the heat sink from the CPU and carefully break an egg onto the CPU and stand back. Soon the egg(and the CPU) should be nicely cooked. Now go down to PC World and buy a replacement Computer.

  PaulB2005 10:04 17 Dec 05

Surely only Pentium 4 owners can do this?

  jimv7 10:20 17 Dec 05

very good, perhaps include norton users.

  PaulB2005 10:31 17 Dec 05

That would be called a "Slow Oven" i believe. click here

  Freddog™ 10:53 17 Dec 05

This is really getting too far!

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