Simply Water Fountain

"I tell you, we literally started this at 5:00 this morning, the preparation for having bottled water in those schools that don't have the infiltration system," said Precious Gilliard of Aramark. Some schools were supplied with water coolers; others had pallets of bottled water delivered. All of the district's silverware, pots and pans were sent to South Scranton Intermediate where they could be cleaned at 190 degrees. Manager Precious Gilliard says her staff had to make last-minute calls to Walmart to get all of the fresh water they could. "The Department of Agriculture would allow us to boil

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Everything About Watercoolers

Toms Hardware and Eurogamer both imply that the GPU can hit a max boost clock of 1850-1900MHz, but it cant hold it very long. Anandtech reports average clock speeds from 1620MHz to 1746MHz depending on the game. Building a custom water loop changed that. By drastically lowering the temperature of the GPU, THG was able to significantly increase its average clock rate, allowing it to hit a stable and continuous 2.1GHz. So how did that impact performance? The gains here are fairly nominal, to be quite honest. The games frame rate definitely improves, but only by ~20% compared with a 50% increase

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Spring Water Update

Director of Plant Operation and Maintenance Dave Benner received a complaint last week about the high schools drinking water taste. The school sent 10 cold water samples from both schools to A & L Laboratories, Inc. in Auburn. School officials received the results March 30. On Friday morning, school officials issued the no use order to staff and students. According to a press release from AOS 98 Superintendent Eileen King, school officials have shut down all fountains and bubblers, bottled water will be used for all food preparation, and Poland Springs would be delivering water coolers Friday

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