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post #21 of 22
Yes you have posted some things that support your claims, but that does not make them correct or even logical to those of us who really understand how airflow works.

You have have also posted may things we have shown to be incorrect and explained why, but you ignore these replies and instead try to attack from another direction.

This is not how we discuss things here. Maybe some day you will understand things better.
post #22 of 22
Hi,

sorry for my poor english

First, sorry everyone if I said something that have been discuss before, I new here


Someone know how the liquid imerse computer is better cooling system than air or watercooling?
Because have more mass to transfer the heat.
Look, I'm electrical engineer, design power machines, include power transformers oil imerse.
The first difference is the mass, you have more mass to transfer the heat. as the same as watercooling for computer is better than air, but tha surface to transfer is very little just the top of processor.

You need transfer the heat to something,
But here we are talking about a very small amount of heat, and price/costs.
The difference will be very tine.
But the physics conceps is easy to everyone understand!
You can't transfer energy (heat of power dissipation) to nothing.

Answering the mean question. using physics conceps that is used all around the wolrd includes to company design your own case. Use big air flow as you can. But, don't create turbulence.
more air, more transfering of heat.

I don't know about dust....thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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