Metku Mods, a Finland-based Web community focused on computer hardware, featured a contributor’s development of a computer server in a bottle. Seeking a “basic home server” to complement an existing, more powerful set up, the developer used a 1.5 liter bottle of Ballantine’s Scotch Whisky to house the equipment. Ample cooling for the CPU was, of course, taken into account. To view how this was done, visit the Metku Mods site.
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