- Mar 7, 2001
Next year I'm taking a class called "Science projects", which consists of making a plan for anything science related, researching a bunch, doing it, and writing a big-arse paper on it, using the whole school year, and getting honors credit for it. At first, I intended to build a turbine ( http://www.gas-turbines.com/ ), but I decided that I value my life. So I'm sitting here with nothing better to do than figure out if I can do a project that would take the whole year that involves overclocking. I figure that it would not only be fun, but I would get to use it as an excuse for playing with my computer at home (I am working on school work!) and spending money on some nice cooling. Back to my original question....can I fill up a school year with overclocking? 90 minutes every other day.