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I need to know about this.. can someone help me by telling me some phases coolings? for my system!?

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What do you need to know? Everything? I have a little experience with them.
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I need to know about this.. can someone help me by telling me some phases coolings? for my system!?

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It's phase cooling... for computers. What exactly do you want to know? It works on converting a high pressure gas into a liquid. This phase change transports a large amount of heat away from the source. It is how air conditioner work.
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Yep that about summs it up, try looking up danfoss with google, go to there site and they have a whole explanation of the process and all that stuff.

Basically were taking all the cooling coils like in the refrigerator and making them into a little guy that fits on your cpu. This makes it very cold. It is good
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Its very cold
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Well where can i buy one of them? or I have to make one?
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I have one if you want it. Check out the link in my sig. They are really easy to use if you take your time and do it right. Here is basically how it works:

A compressor compresses a gas into a liquid and shoots it into an evaporator where it expands into a gas. This phase change (where the process gets its name) absorbs a LOT of energy in the form of heat. This evaporator is connected to your CPU like any normal heatsink except it must be insulated to protect from condensation and corrosion. The gas then returns to the compressor after running through a radiator to cool the hot gas back to liquid form and the process repeats. The temperature you get is dependent mostly on the type of gas (refrigerant) used and the effectiveness of the radiator, called a condenser in phase units. Most get between the -15C to -40C range at full CPU load. My sale thread has pictures of mine if you want to check them out there.
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I have one if you want it. Check out the link in my sig. They are really easy to use if you take your time and do it right. Here is basically how it works:

A compressor compresses a gas into a liquid and shoots it into an evaporator where it expands into a gas. This phase change (where the process gets its name) absorbs a LOT of energy in the form of heat. This evaporator is connected to your CPU like any normal heatsink except it must be insulated to protect from condensation and corrosion. The gas then returns to the compressor after running through a radiator to cool the hot gas back to liquid form and the process repeats. The temperature you get is dependent mostly on the type of gas (refrigerant) used and the effectiveness of the radiator, called a condenser in phase units. Most get between the -15C to -40C range at full CPU load. My sale thread has pictures of mine if you want to check them out there.

I cant find the link :S but i can buy one at www.newegg.com or a store?
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I don't think Newegg carries them. My thread is here: http://www.overclock.net/sale/184948...teia-mach.html

Here is a link to the best place to buy them online:
http://www.crazypc.com/products/phasechange.html
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How phase change cooling works:

Compressor squeezes a gas so it is at high pressure. High pressure, hot gas, goes into a condensor and forced air reduces the high pressure gases internal energy, resulting in the gas changing phase into a liquid. Liquid goes through capillary tubing (Capillary tubing separates the high pressure and low pressure sode of the loop). On exiting the capillary tubing, the liquid refrigerant enters the evaporator, which is connected to the suction end of the compressor, so the refrigerant experiences a very low pressure and changes state into a gas because of the heat from the processor. This gas is sucked up into the compressor and the whole process happens again.

The basic principle is that refrigerants change phase at different pressures and in changing phase, the refrigerant either gives out heat (At the condensor) or sucks up heat (evaporator).

The result is that the condensor gets hot, and the evaporator (The thing you put on your CPU) gets very cold.
    
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