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It's called stability, you should learn about it before you question someone like that and try to sound hostile.
Hmm, what part of my post came across as hostile to you? Sort of ironic when nothing in my post is aggressive or personally attacking you, but your reply to it contains both personal attacks and hostility You'll soon learn that internet discussions have to be read carefully as to note the overall tone of the poster. Simply correcting a statement such as "voltages are limitless" and asking you how a phase change stability is greater than any other stable processor is by no means hostile.

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Originally Posted by NamelessMC View Post
Stop being so critical when you knew what I meant.
Again, you're coming across as hostile in a simple discussion. Increasing voltage, regardless of temperature can be harmful or fatal to any electronic device. By listing "voltages are limitless" as an advantage under phase change cooling, weren't you implying that the cooler temperatures allow for much higher voltages? While this is true, I was reminding the reader that voltage in itself is harmful to the device, despite the cooler temperatures. It's good to remember that some of the readers here are new and are unaware of things that we might often overlook as common knowledge.
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