Accounts of the remainder of the experiment (everything after the celebration) are somewhat sketchy at best.
It would appear that after all the motherboard jumpers were removed for storage, someone accidently powered the system up. This caused the whole setup to run uncontrollably fast.
Fortunately, one of the technicians (the one who had destroyed the least of the "coolant") had the presence of mind to check the clock speed...
There was only one thing to do. Halflife.
Completely playable, the game ran fine for 2 minutes and 34 seconds (or 3 minutes 12 seconds, depending on who you listen to...) then crashed horribly.
By this time however, the processor was utterly wrecked. As was the motherboard.
And the power supply, graphics card, soundcard and RAM. Most of the Holy Spirits had boiled too.
The only thing to survive the ordeal was the freezer, proving that superior British engineering always prevails (or something).
And there you have it. The evidence is presented as it was recorded by the technicians.
Well, actually that isn't entirely true. You see, all the notes, recordings, videotape and logs from the experiment were destroyed when the processor blew. Everything posted here is taken from eyewitness accounts.
You'll have to take our word for it...
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