Ouch man, if my AC went out here in Georgia I'd sell a kidney, not necessarily my own mind you, to get it up and running ASAP.
Sadly I have to convince my landlord to stop being a greedy SOB and hire some guys to fix the bloody thing. So I'll be stuck here with both me and my computer in scorching heat. --- Tennis is the sport for gods I tell you. MOTHER****ING GODS!
#6MageofBlood391Posted 6/14/2012 6:01:26 PM
Just move to a better state. --- Smart ninja-type dude.
#7Shadow_of_DethPosted 6/14/2012 6:07:35 PM
Dig a hole and run some wires.
#8MasterTurtlePosted 6/14/2012 6:40:02 PM
Floridian with spotty air conditioning here, I know some of your pain. --- Can I interest you in a...side mission?
#91337_FF_GoDPosted 6/14/2012 6:41:08 PM
This is why I live in Massachusetts. Although my Second Core's Tsensor is still Broken and displays temps in half degrees. --- Does it pain you to see people that actually prefer Apple products? - SenorLovecraft Yes.
#10tigerex777Posted 6/14/2012 6:41:53 PM
I know what you mean, I don't live in volcano Arizona, but here in New York it gets pretty hot in the summer.. well, not as hot you as the mid-west, but at least you guys don't have horrible humidity. On top of that, I'm on the third floor and even with my window open, air doesn't really come inside. My room is always 10 degrees higher than the outside temperature. HOWEVER, I do have AC so I don't play PC games in the summer without the AC on; but usually it's always on on the hottest days anyways. --- i5 760 @ 3.8ghz / 4GB DDR3 Ripjaws / GTX 460 SLI @ 800/2000 / Cooler Master GX 750W PSU / Cooler Master Advance II case / Acer 22 1680x1050 / Windows 7 64