the PC that runs in oil

  sunny staines 16:49 11 Jan 06
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  Forum Editor 17:14 11 Jan 06

is the ultimate "Don't try this at home" stunt, and anyone who thinks they fancy having a go should understand that they do so entirely at their own risk, and against my strong advice. Cooking oil oxidises on exposure to air, and over time it thickens. The result of duplicating this stunt will be a wrecked computer. Don't even think about it.

  Totally-braindead 17:31 11 Jan 06

I don't suppose you get chips with that.

  jack 17:35 11 Jan 06

I saw thus I believe on Click on Line or it may have been 5's gadget show -
Did it go out on April 1?

  octal 17:55 11 Jan 06

Pointless exercise comes to mind.

  SG Atlantis® 18:46 11 Jan 06

seen that before, on here I think.

They must be idiots but anyway, just nipping off for a battered hdd and chips for tea ;-D

  sunny staines 20:43 11 Jan 06

just waiting for the thread where someone has tried and asking for help re problems, but I suppose you would have to be well oiled to try it.

  stalion 21:06 11 Jan 06

is that what they mean when they say it's fried

  007al 22:41 11 Jan 06

Can it play C.O.D2?

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