3066Re: CPU Speed, Heat, etc. (was Re: [NTO] Math MB > GB)
- May 7, 2002On 5/7/02 9:42 AM, Jody wrote:
> Hi DA,Hi Jody, DA,
> You know, if they do not sell them, I bet a fella in the A/C and
> Heating could fabricate a small A/C unit that could mount
> wherever and really have it done right then. ;)
Overclockers and other experimenters have already "Been there, Done
that". Thermoelectric cooling units, and even, water(fluid) cooling
units have been adapted to CPU's for quite a while now.
The thermo-units are a solid state devices that has been around for some
time that mounts on the cpu just like a cpu-fan, the fluid units are
like a car radiator. A reservoir that water is circulated through is
physically attached to the cpu.
The water is circulated through the reservoir, just as an engine block,
then out through a radiator to dissipate heat.
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