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The fluid costs $300 per litre.
 
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i thought it was 300/gallon. For $300/gal. you have a prayer of making a viable system with careful use of fluid, but at $300/L you're basically screwed.
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Maybe some kind of supercritical fluid? You have to wonder why explosives are needed to produce it...
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Originally Posted by dukeReinhardt View Post

sure:
http://www.extremetech.com/computing/131656-the-fanless-heatsink-silent-dust-immune-and-almost-ready-for-prime-time

http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2722

Sandia is a national laboratory apparently. they're developing the tech, and then licensing it.
I dont think this thing work horizontaly ..... since it float.
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Originally Posted by DarkBlade6 View Post

I dont think this thing work horizontaly ..... since it float.

it does. it says so in the second link
Edited by dukeReinhardt - 1/12/14 at 7:40am
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well if they can fill a gap between phase cooling and water cooling... if there is one and if there is it would basically be room temp, temps.
The gap these fill is between air and water. "phase" is only describing the change from liquid to gas in the low boiling point solution, it is nowhere near true phase cooling that uses a compressor, condensor, evaporator, etc.
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From their FaceBook:
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Originally Posted by CapTherm Systems Inc. Mike Whatley 
it should be for sale by the end of Q1 - MSRP will be around 249USD

So if I hear him correctly it'll last a 100+ years and, when looking at specific heat vs. latent heat evaporation (whatever this means), it has a 500 times higher heat capacity than water-cooling. I want to see benchmarks...



Edit: I would also like an explanation by someone with a background in physics, because while I understand the basic principles of evaporation chambers these terms (specific heat, latent heat) and what they specify are unknown to me.

- If the fluid is really that expensive and they made sure it would have such a long lifespan then they must have some numbers to back that up.

- Why make it that long lasting when new tech is sure to pop up within that time span, why use such an expensive liquid when AIO units are getting cheaper and better every year. Even most mATX cases would be able to fit a 240mm AIO and not this huge thing.

- What are they competing with? Heatsinks (the thing is huge), AIO coolers, custom water-cooling loops?

- Is the selling point purely that it requires no power like heatsinks it while performing better than/equal to AIO's?

I hate it when this little info is released...
Edited by Oddworld Abe - 1/12/14 at 9:56am
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So if I hear him correctly it'll last a 100+ years and, when looking at specific heat vs. latent heat evaporation (whatever this means), it has a 500 times higher heat capacity than water-cooling. I want to see benchmarks...

From their FaceBook:
CapTherm Systems Inc. Mike Whatley: it should be for sale by the end of Q1 - MSRP will be around 249USD

Edit: Or an explanation by someone with a background in physics, because while I understand the bacis principles of evaporation chambers these terms (specific heat, latent heat) and what they specify are unknown to me.
Quote:
- If the fluid is really that expensive and they made sure it would have such a long lifespan then they must have some numbers to back that up.
- Why make it that long lasting when new tech is sure to pop up within that time span, why use such an expensive liquid when AIO units are getting cheaper and better every year.
the fluid is a 3m product invented a few years ago. It's the only stuff that behaves in this fashion, and they're th only ones that sell it so they can charge whatever they feel like. The fluid is somewhat nasty in vapor form and turns into gas at a very low temperature (which is the whole point). As such, you don't want any of the gas getting away. They seem to have achieved overkill, but that;s not always a bad thing. Spoons last a long time too.
Quote:
- What are they competing with? Heatsinks (the thing is huge), AIO coolers, custom water-cooling loops?
there are a bunch of new cooling systems coming out coolclouds is one, but there are a few others.
Quote:
- Is the selling point purely that it requires no power other then fans to cool it while performing better than heatsinks?
That and it looks super cool, can theoretically run without any fan at all and therefore be ridiculously reliable, Plus it's made with "EXPLOSIVES!" which is kind of a draw in a market segment who's customer base is dominated by nerdy pimple faced teenage boys.
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MSRP will be around 249USD
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With the way they are talking and the price they are asking I expect 2 things to happen:

A) This unit ends up cooling CPU temperatures well below 30 degrees under load

B) It doesn't, and they are insane.
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