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  1. People who find these weird have never seen vintage Compaq computer layouts. upside down, connections on both sides of the motherboard with riser cards for expansions, you name it. and nothing ever worked either

  2. speaking of re-hashing things, we've already seen the motherboard with the CPU socket on the back! still quite unique though, including how it can have chips from 6th gen all the way to 9th!

  3. I've seen that last mobo in action. It goes in a waterproof industrial computer with integrated touchscreen. We used them at work for displaying drilling information on oil drill rig floors. The CPU and GPU are heat sunk to the chassis. The SATA ports are broken out to a pair of 2.5 inch bays. Everything is sealed with double Orings with an IP67 rating to withstand a drirect blast from an industrial pressure washer. They worked well for our purpose with a single connector for power and networking to run back to the site office trailer.

  4. I always hear PC in a fridge or freezer wont work but has anyone ever tried this in the ones they use in the back room of a supermarket? That is set a PC on a cart and roll it into the walk in and close the door. Those things basically always run when the door is closed. The home units always used to test this have never been designed for any sort of constant load, They are designed to make something not producing heat get cold and stay that way. Big walk in units run the fans constantly as do the ones on the customer side as they are designed to handle repeated open and close of the door.

    Though I cannot think of any food facility that would let you run this experiment. Manager would be "yeah no" to "Hey can we use your ice cream walk in to test a PC myth?" (ice cream walk in operates around -20f, I wouldnt test an AIO in there).

  5. The bonkers motherboards were the ones that supported both Intel P4 & Athlon CPUs, via a PCIe add-on card. Or the over-engineered boards with copper cooling going to dedicated rads.
    I for one miss the DFI brand.

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