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post #1911 of 6121 Old 07-31-2012, 03:01 AM
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what is it? (the pic of course lol)

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what is it? (the pic of course lol)

water cooling engine on sale at amazon for $430 which he's considering buying because he's derick


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what is it? (the pic of course lol)

water cooling engine on sale at amazon for $430 which he's considering buying because he's derick

That's as good a reason as any...

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oh derick.nice discount you got there lol tongue.gif

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I'm looking for liquid metal coolers on ebay for my sr-2 nao. Damn this thread.


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It's more commonly called a TEC teaching.gif

TEC's are so damn inefficient though. From Wikipedia:

"Thermoelectric junctions are generally only around 5–10% as efficient as the ideal refrigerator (Carnot cycle), compared with 40–60% achieved by conventional compression cycle systems (reverse Rankine systems using compression/expansion). Due to the relatively low efficiency, thermoelectric cooling is generally only used in environments where the solid state nature (no moving parts, maintenance-free, compact size) outweighs pure efficiency."

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I'm looking for liquid metal coolers on ebay for my sr-2 nao. Damn this thread.

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It's more commonly called a TEC teaching.gif

TEC's are so damn inefficient though. From Wikipedia:

"Thermoelectric junctions are generally only around 5–10% as efficient as the ideal refrigerator (Carnot cycle), compared with 40–60% achieved by conventional compression cycle systems (reverse Rankine systems using compression/expansion). Due to the relatively low efficiency, thermoelectric cooling is generally only used in environments where the solid state nature (no moving parts, maintenance-free, compact size) outweighs pure efficiency."

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