39 thoughts on “Lower your heating bill… with GAMING

  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    You should probably make that a bussiness idea before I do, i think you could make some real money on this.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    In 2000, I went to an electronics store and asked what AMD CPU's they had.
    The sales clerk answered nonplussed: "You're better off with oil heating for the house," and walked away.
    I was twelve…

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    Pairing a pentium D with a GTX480 would be the best room heater

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    you would have been better off just setting your gpu's to exhaust while running Aida…

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    They already created these, they are called PS4's or the older gen Xbox 360s. Both outperform my 2KW oil column heater.

    The heat generated at the bottom of the PS4 cracked my solid wood desk….

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    i was a heating tch in n.y.c. for many years bud. the first rule is you tap in low on one side of the radiator so the heat is displaced evenly through the radiator if you're tapped in and out of the same side the hotter fluid will only move through some of the sections (of the radiator). inlet on the top of one side, outlet through the other side is best. i would suggest doing it with a new radiator and use the proper piping sequence. ok, now can i have free stuff pls : }

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    My AMD 390 heats up my room real good, to the point where I sweat LMFAO.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    I remember having to use my 2007 laptop to heat up my room once.
    It was in January last year, and the temperatures were so low outside (-5°C IIRC) that the air conditioning failed. I turned on my laptop, let it compile a CS 1.6 map, and the CPU temps went up to about 80°C.
    It actually worked, and it heated up my room in about 10-15 minutes. 😀

    In summer though, it's awful because the room gets so hot I can't sleep.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    need to slow the flow of water down over the water blocks and rad it gives the water more time to grab more heat should give you lower cpu and gpu temps with higher rad temp

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    ive watched many things get dropped or damaged here but seeing that gpu full of nasty water… that one hurt

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    I tink it will be best to play in the basement becus the heat is gong up so it will be harder to heat you hose of you are playing in the loft

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    Contractual obligation to destroy what companies send you for free. That is the ONLY explanation for the destruction I have witnessed here and in your mineral oil builds.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    i had to have my window open during the winter to survive in my room with my old pc…. i simply just lowered all my settings to low during the summer to avoid the same heat and had fans blowing out air and sucking it in from another part of the house.. so ye without the whole radiator part it can heat up your room… so glad i have a new system now x)

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    if you are going to waste a fair bit of time… many, many man-hours on this build.. why not just buy a proper, newer space heater or at least a refurbished clean one? May have actually worked, if it was in decent shape.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    01:11 Even the kinetic energy in your fans or the energy from your RGB lights gets converted into heat.
    The fan loses it's kinetic energy due to friction which causes heat to be produced and the light emitted by your RGB lights gets converted to heat as soon as it hits any other object.
    (To be precise: When the light hits an other object, a PART of the energy gets converted into heat, and the rest will be reflected as light. BUT this reflected light will again hit an object and again there will be a part of the light energy lost as heat.) So In the end, all of the energy consumed by a computer gets converted into heat.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    Use a modern Radiator, a Type 10 or 11 should work wonders here, doesn't have to be that big in size, it will probably work way better then the Hirtorical Artifact you used there.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    I think you would get better results if you used floor heating to heat up the floor with one or more PC's.

    You can use ready made mats to fill the floors, then lay down one giant radiator with tubing in the mats and connect it to your PC.

    Lastly put the laminate over it and only two pipes would be visible coming from the floor behind your PC!

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    just use a amd a8-10 prozessor with the stuck cooler and boom youve got your self a sauna

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    He could have just bought a brand new water radiator from Home Depot for like $50.
    Labor cost of messing around with that old rusty radiator did cost more then a buying a new one.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    My build already heats my entire room…in winter….IN MICHIGAN.

    AND I DON'T EVEN HAVE CENTRAL HEATING.

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    Первые эмоции и высказывания это про рекламу в начале?!?

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    In Australia that would be horrible it already averages about 36 in summer which is normal here and were this it is funny seeing the pomes and all that lot complain when it passes 25

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    A high power computer is great in the winter? How about its ability to "heat our home" in summer?

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  • 11 juillet 2018 at 3:17
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    is what i do in winter….. i just play games on ultra and my room gets 18º c when outside is -15º, gas bill = 2€

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