That’s what the guys at Legit Reviews have tried:
After nearly 45 minutes of running benchmarks and playing some games the egg white was turning white, but it was no where near cooked. Oh well, we tried! We had the fan on auto the entire time, so if you turned the fan down lower you might have some better luck.
Maybe with FurMark that would have been another story 😉
I really like this funny picture: GeForce GTX 480: The Way It’s Meant To Be Grilled!
10 thoughts on “Cook Your Eggs With a GeForce GTX 480”
Heat is not that big problem but it can produce jet engine sounds…
Failed! The egg is not cooked!
Yeah. The egg is raw. I miss the point.
As soon as I get a GTX 480, I will try to cook an egg but this with with FurMark in Xtreme mode + displ 😉
furmark the damn thing >.<
Why didn’t you post the source of the delicious photoshop?
Seems like “Can’t Cook Your Eggs With a GeForce GTX 480” would be a far less misleading title for the post…
Guys, I think we can use a design like the Thermalright Spitfire Cooler and a Cooker with Heat Pipes!!!
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