At least now you might understand that I had a hard time to believe Nostradamus's chaos predictions... for I firmly believed that... "the proof of the pudding is in the eating!"
Scientific theories are useful and freezing cold copper/brass bits touching these cooling tubes might indeed interfere with they way these tubes are supposed to work.
Thus, my only understanding of what probably happened is that I was just lucky of having by trial & error found the point at which additional, low coldness benefits the cooling process.
The result helps me to gain more CPU processing power at lower laptop's revolutions.
I did the CPU test at 100% CPU processing power. At this setting the laptops fan never stops running at high speed, but when I reduce the CPU processing power to 85% max. and run the TEC, the laptop's cooling system becomes virtually inaudible.
Yet, even at same 85% setting shortly after I power down the TEC, the laptop's fan starts to speed the fan at various levels...
That evidence alone proves how effective the TEC works. Again, I'm glad I found this simple solution to my problem; now approved scientific evidence.
Yes, I have to thank my late father, having bestowed me with his technical legacy. I always have been fascinated in technical things. Now I am at a stage at which: I know everything and nothing!
Yet, never give up enjoying a technical challenge. I invented a number of great technical solutions in and around our house. All in an effort to improve the life's quality. Of course I suffered my share of failures, errors and losses ...as part of my apprenticeship.
This time too, I'm glad succeeded to tame my laptop. As a musician a do lots of audio recordings, mastering etc. and so, a noisy, slow laptop would be disadvantageous.Edited by jjj333 - 9/25/13 at 7:35am