Saturday, February 25, 2012

Computer upgrade : Plasma power core



This Ultra-High voltage extreme duty plasma ball can power through the most intense ripple currents during high amperage gaming sessions. Just kidding, its just a USB powered plasma ball that I just put inside my computer looks pretty neat.

33 comments:

  1. You could have told us this with a straight face Baur and had all of us scouring Google trying to find out how it worked and frantically trying to rig one up for ourselves!! You need to put a lava lamp in there with it, light up a doobie, put on some music and enjoy the show!!

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  2. You are so lucky, your pc looks pretty badass..

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  3. haha I almost believed it, but that does look a bit hippy dippy.

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  4. too bad it can't tell the future like some kind of crystal ball.

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  5. Looks cool definatly. Now make it a real "Ultra-High voltage extreme duty plasma ball".

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  6. No, I find this easy to fap to as well.

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  7. Hahah it actually looks pretty cool!

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  8. Those things have amused me for hours on end. Great addition inside your case!

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  9. that's actually pretty awesome! :D

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  10. Looks cool, I hope it wont harm the hardware..

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  11. makes it look cool.
    I always fancied building a PC in a fishtank with it submerged in mineral oil...I saw it somewhere and it looked awesome

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  12. Remember my young days. Looks cool.

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  13. I really hate lights from my computer. Especially when left on at night.

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  14. so pretty!
    now where's the person putting their hand on in and having their hair stick up?

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  15. Thats a pretty cool touch with the big window you have on your tower. I was thinking about getting some EL wire and doing a bit of work inside of my tower.

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  16. Cool looking!

    For the next step, you could rig up some kind of drinking bird unit with to periodically touch with plasma ball and cause it to arc.

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  17. My CPU is usually under the computer table so nobody would see a plasma ball if I hid one inside there.

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  18. I saw a video once where they kept the tower cooled by pumping water around it, the engineer claimed his computer was super fast. You can have a party when you finish work, all you need is a beer cooler in your computer to go with the lightening ball. Thanks for following and your comments.

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  19. This is a good one! Almost believed the first line! ; ) Pretty cool plasma ball though. I think it’ll also be interesting to see a Tesla coil inside a computer console. : )

    - Benita Bolland 0

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  20. And so I thought you have this kind of futuristic computer component!!! Hahaha! It’s just a plasma ball! >.< Some sort of misdirection, huh! Most of us almost believed it. Haha. Anyhow, the plasma ball looks cool. You can enjoy watching it while relaxing.

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  21. Well, if you’re not familiar with plasma balls, you’d fall on this trick for sure!! Hahaha! Nice one! But, you can’t be blamed because it really looks like a part of the computer. Well, who knows? In the future, we could really see something like this in our PC’s. Now, that’s combining beauty and functionality! ;)

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