Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Russian people are known to be good computer engineers or even hackers. But how all those bright people manage to cool down their computers known to get very warm when are heavily used? Those few examples might help get your computer thru the upcoming summer too.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

So obviously first idea comes to mind to cool something is to use a fridge. Works well when in need of an immediate cooling intervention.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Next thing is fan of course. Computers already have fans in them, why not help by attaching even more powerful fan? …or a hundred of them?

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Some fan setups are pretty complex.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

And some fans even using renewable energy sources.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Another way to do it is to build an air line from an air conditioner if you got one.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Any material is good for this.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

PVC pipes just work fine for an air line.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

And if you can’t get anything of above mentioned just give your computer some spacing between it and the surface it stands on. Plastic bottles work just fine for this purpose.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

…or like if it’s cold outside in the evenings, like it is in Russia, you can do something like this – put a monitor or a laptop outside and watch it thru the window, using an external keyboard.

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

Whatever way you choose just remember, never use water for cooling!

Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers

…unless it’s a glass of cold water.

2 thoughts on “Ways Russian People Cooling Their Computers”

  1. I got my laptop sitting on top of a 4 inch (12 cm) wire rack, and 2 fans can be run to keep it cool for the most active games … works well. First computer I ever saw “cooled” unconventionally, was an over clocked 386 set up in a bar fridge back in the early 90s

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