It is always fascinating to hear about people's computing habits. Turns out you like to hang on to your chassis for as long as possible, you probably have more fans than you realise, and these days hardly anybody seems bothered about overclocking.
Makes you think about other areas of the desktop that have changed over the years. Thinking about PCI expansion slots, it used to be a case of the more the merrier, and there was always a good chance more than one would be utilised. It could have been for multiple graphics cards, a network adapter or even a dedicated sound card - remember those? Heck, in my enthusiast heyday, I even had a TV tuner card installed in the bottom slot of my HTPC. Worked rather well, as I recall.
These days, it's a complete turnaround for me. My main desktop doesn't actually have anything in any of the half-a-dozen expansion slots as integrated graphics are proving sufficient for my current needs. How about you? Anything interesting going on in those extra slots? Let us know using the comments facility below.