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HEXUS Dragon Tour 2007 :: Why does MSI stick notebooks in easy-bake ovens?

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Bizarre experience watching an expensive notebook being covered in tiny thermal sensors and then cooked in an oven - let alone machines that open and close laptops for six years... but that IS what MSI does to try to ensure quality!

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have they tried clamping that wind tunnel onto one of their motherboards, overclocking the chip heavily and claiming they have the ultimate in overclockable 'air cooled' motherboards, or would that be a bit silly?

i take it they also test their laptops by whacking a great big lump onto the lid, to simulate accidentaly sitting on it, or dropping it while in a bag.
or maybe this is what hexus might be doing over summer, getting nick to wander around with a sledgehamme smashing up pc components, preferably while still in the shop, then we get to see more of his rippling muscles as he's running away.
How is 35 degrees a mini oven???

And wow I've never thought that someone would open/close the lid for 20, 000 times in 6 years, which equates to doing it about 10 times a day....

I wonder at how many times the hinge actually snaps off.... (another tv show? >> point of destruction!)
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...mini oven...

I can see you don't have a 4 year old with a children's over - powered by a light bulb - which takes years to cook a single fairy cake :)


...wind tunnel... ...overclocking... ...simulate accidentally sitting on it... ...nick with a sledgehamme...
ROFL
:clapping:




<adds Nick idea to 'Evil Genius' list>