Did a very period-incorrect thing this evening, but oh so worth it: the AT minitower I picked up recently has a 200W PSU in it. Pretty crappy thing, but it works. The same cannot be said for the 80mm fan in it - bearings completely gone and noisy as hell. So opened up the beast (er, beastie - not very well-endowed in the components or heatsink department), removed the offending fan and rummaged around in my spares box. All I could find in the 80mm department was a few Arctic Cooling double-height temperature-controlled fans. Normally they wouldn't fit into a PSU, but in this case the thing was so empty one fit easily, so it was as simple as cutting through the wires, splicing together and covering with some heat-shrink tubing and screwing it all back together. Now, apart from a very low hum if you listen closely to the back of the case, the only noise from the system is from the 1/6GB Fireball ST.
Authors: Chui, john4p, TomB, notaz, Bernd Schmidt, Toni Wilen, Pickle, smoku, AnotherGuest, Anonymous engineer, finkel, Mustafa 'GnoStiC' Tufan, Lubomyr, pelya. The CPU will now profile by itself and provide information about, sequential code problems, Data-Caches misses, memory transfer, branch prediction and more. And it gets the games running from the hard drive and allows you to quit the game without rebooting.