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differnet types of cooling
Trekker 
27/8/08 4:32:54 PM
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looking at water cooling my stuff. I pretty much know what i am getting.
Performance but quietish.

How quiet are vapourchils?
and what about phase cooling?

where can you but the phase from?

And how quiet are these, but main thing my pc is on nearly 27/7 95 per cent of the year.

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nesquick 
27/8/08 4:59:47 PM
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phase change is really only used for benchmarking due to the noise of the compressor running


Edited by nesquick: 27/8/2008 5:00:00 PM

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Master_Scythe 
27/8/08 6:42:41 PM
Titan

about the only cooling solution even worth considering other than air and water is a Peltier.

and the ammount of heat they make you need to vent it DIRECTLY out of the case or its adverse to cooling in the first place.

not to mention they suck power.

the technologies we have for cooling arent too advanced to spread wide-scale. however theres a reason we all stick to air and water

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s1a 
6/9/08 10:10:07 PM
Serf
stick with air, with water you just wanna kill yourself, if you change part quite often.

for silent system, try using rubber foam for sound damp. you can buy some cases that already have it installed.

forget phases change if you're normal user with normal pocket.

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Master_Scythe 
6/9/08 10:57:28 PM
Titan

phase change requires a fucking loud pump.

its NOT for normal use.

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battlefield_gir 
6/9/08 11:04:28 PM
Titan

peiltiers are shitty.

not worth it

reasons

you still need good cooling to dissipated the extra heat from the peilter
you need to prepare everything for the condensation

peiltiers crack very very easily.

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