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Vacuum Cleaner Cooling Video Card!!!

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My video card's fan stopped working so i had to use a vacuum cleaner!

 

Heres the link to watch my video!

 

www.youtube.com

 

Before i noticed that my video card stopped working i was checking the temperature in rivatuner and it was 127

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hmm, I couldn't tell from the video, are you running the vacuum in reverse and blowing through the card? or is the vacuum on normally and you are pulling air out of the exhaust?

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W3lc0m3 t0 th3 0cc.

 

That is one of the strangest ways of cooling a video card I've seen.

 

But

 

Great job for trying it :D

 

Will it be permanent?

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Will it be permanent?

Lol for the sake of the hearing of others, I hope not. hehe but it is a creative solution to the problem :thumbs-up:

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Thats pretty cool, I had an impeller out of an industrial vacuum that I wanted to try on a heatsink but Inever got around to it.

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There's no way to keep it this way! its so noisy! :P

 

The vacuum is actually sucking the air

 

Im just soo surprised to see that its cooling my video card really well. idle temp=45.

 

And BTW, using a vacuum cleaner to clean the dust in ur rig is pretty useful because its sucking the dust now just relocating it.

 

:P

:)

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There's no way to keep it this way! its so noisy! :P

 

Just turn the music up really loud :D

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you might want to try turning the lights on in your room before you shoot your next video.

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to OCC and remember, DTTL!

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That is inovative for sure, but...At work every now and then I put on a backpack type vaccuum and clean dust out of smoke detectors. One thing I have noticed is that I end up full of static electricity and every thing I touch gives me a jolt. You would not want to do that to your pc obviously. Just an observation I have found over time, not too sure about the relevance to your set up, but something worth looking into.

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