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why shouldn't I do this?
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>>88763997
moisture bad for computer
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>>88763997
Refrigerators are not designed to handle a continuous heat source as powerful as a PC. They slowly remove heat from the inside and keep it out using insulation. Then when you open them and put stuff in there a bit of heat is added and they start moving the heat away again.
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do it, you won't
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>>88763997
No free space for food
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>>88764344
/thread
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>>88763997

The cords would be difficult to fit through, and it's a tight squeeze.
you would also need a crap-ton of silica gel to keep the moisture from killing it. But overall you'd be better hooking it up to a small AC if you're trying to overclock, since refrigerators aren't meant to handle that kind of constant heat.
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>>88763997
the heat dissipation wattage for a fridge is far lower than an average air cooling setup
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well what would your girlfriend thi— lol im just joshing
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>>88763997
You will burn that fridge out in weeks.
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there's no reason you shouldn't. probably the only way to keep it cool.
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>>88763997
Because you’re poor.
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>>88763997
if you want to do this right, get an air conditioner and a small room.
Do not use your fridge like this. You will only cause fire or failure.
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>>88763997
>He bought an Nvidia card lol
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fridges arent designed to actively cool down 500 watts worth of heat
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>>88763997
It'll heat up and cause condensation and ruin the computer faster

Also possibly this, >>88764059, but I doubt, compressors can take a beating. Might knock a few years of the fridge sure



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