superjawes wrote: It could get somewhat spectacular if you remove heatsinks, though. Without cooling, your silicon should essentially melt itself (assuming that your motherboard can't shut down again when the a temp spikes).
swaaye wrote:Once upon a time I had a drive power connector attach itself to a mobo USB header...... The system did not shut down. The power wire melted, glowed and that mobo was dead. The PSU was an old PC Power & Cooling 300W and apparently didn't detect this as an overload situation.
Scorpiuscat wrote:pop a memory stick out of its slot while running.
Pez wrote:You're US based right?
Take a very long stick and switch the PSU from 115V to 240V while it's loaded. Make sure it's not a metal stick while you're holding it...
jackbomb wrote:If it's 12 years old it might have one of those big cartridge processors installed. You could easily pull that out while running.
OsakaJ wrote:How dangerous are you willing to get?
Take off the CPU heatsink, and buy some black powder/ gun powder. Then ask the question: will it get hot enough to ignite the powder?
JustAnEngineer wrote:The etherkiller would definitely be unsafe.
http://www.fiftythree.org/etherkiller/i ... killer.jpg
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