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  1. Hey guys! First post! And all because I broke a heater, and got a great idea! Ha! I broke my heater, electricity gets to it, but it doesn't heat. Thought about taking it apart, and fixing it...then saw it sitting beside my computer, and an idea struck me! Why not "fix" a little computer (or even a beast of a machine?) inside the heater? It has vents all over it already. It even as a fan built in already. A power supply that pulls in up to 2000Watts. And loads of slots at the bottom for USB's, HDMI, etc. Mount this behind or near a TV, and you have a handy little server, noiseless (hopefully), and virtually invisible. I got the idea from episode 3 of season 9. And it would be so much prettier in a photo frame. But this is still going to be fun to try! Only problem I can see with this idea, is a graphics card. I saw this problem when I was watching this episode. I wanted to do this to my main machine too. But the frame would have to be insanely thick! The motherboard in the episode has on-board graphics. But I want a decent graphics card. So I can play games too. Is there a way of putting the graphics card in the PCI-e slot, without having it at a 90degree angle to the motherboard? (In b4 "stupid question" ;) ) Also, does anyone think this is worth even trying? Any ideas for it? Through anything you got at me! Haha
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