SomeoneE1se Posted October 6, 2006 Share Posted October 6, 2006 Ok I got this idea from another one of the threads I'm going to sink a full computer in a fishtank.... but saying I no idea what I'm doing would be an understatement.... Here's what I know so far the tank size will need to be about 20 gallons or larger to fit the computer parts and fish and wires I think my best bet would be to have each part to the computer in it's own custom size plexiglass case with a entry/exit port to run wires to and from. My friend sugested shrink tubeing, to run the wires with out them getting wet... my BIGGEST worry is the power suply if I want to sink that too or just run the power in from outside the tank if I do it from outside the power wires will need to be LONG Thing that I know also need consideration: Heat in a small plastic box it's not good for the mobo or anything else... Too much heat will kill the fish I might also need If it starts to leak and water gets into the MoBo/HD/CD-ROM/!!POWER SUPLY!! something to kill the power so as to a) not kill the fish and b)hopefuly save the others devices Anything I'm forgetting or need to know? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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