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Sounds cool but also expensive, keepin my eye on it
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I don't know ... one of the articles I just read from a college study on the process said that the tests run showed a 400% increase in heat dissipation capability across a coated piece of material as opposed to a smooth piece of material ... and that the material could be copper, aluminum, brass, or silver.

But it was definitely air-cooling comparisons in these tests.

Wish I'd saved the site now ...
Well, maybe the transfer of heat from water to copper will increase, but I wouldn't imagine that it would THAT much.
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Well, maybe the transfer of heat from water to copper will increase, but I wouldn't imagine that it would THAT much.
That 400% gain... is that for the entire cooling system or just that one factor? What was the performance gain?
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That 400% gain... is that for the entire cooling system or just that one factor? What was the performance gain?
You should ask CrazyJoe lol
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You should ask CrazyJoe lol
I am... I didn't feel like go back a page to quote.
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Hwlabs are about to announce the exit of a new generation of cooler, range RXN. Eh yes, it is not a question that of radiator, but of a cooling couple + radiator. In fact, even if Hwlabs do not specify it, the RXN will be a ventirad and a radiator whose technology will be based on the thermosiphon. Approximately, that will resemble Vapochill Micro, but much more powerful. RXN means RE/AXION. I have hearing statement of one 0.11 C/W
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That's all i got
So they're adding Heatpipes.
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I'll still haven't heard anything back from my E-Mail...Where did you get that Slade? Was it someones conjecture or a HW Lab rep?
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I don't know ... one of the articles I just read from a college study on the process said that the tests run showed a 400% increase in heat dissipation capability across a coated piece of material as opposed to a smooth piece of material ... and that the material could be copper, aluminum, brass, or silver.

But it was definitely air-cooling comparisons in these tests.
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That 400% gain... is that for the entire cooling system or just that one factor? What was the performance gain?
That was for the ability of the fans ( cooling flow of air ) to remove the heat from the coated metal as compared to the un-coated metal.
So, to sum up, faster heat dissipation from the rad ... if coated.


sladesurfer - Wouldn't a " thermosiphon " require a system capable of high pressure increases and decreases ? We're talking about the expansion and contraction of water here ... 1600 times it's normal volume when converted from water to steam !

Where I work, we are required to carry a stationary steam engineers license, due to the boilers we regularly service and keep in operation. We generate anywhere from lowly 50# steam to super-heated 900# steam for our process.
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sladesurfer - Wouldn't a " thermosiphon " require a system capable of high pressure increases and decreases ? We're talking about the expansion and contraction of water here ... 1600 times it's normal volume when converted from water to steam !
Thermosiphon rely on convection and the phase change is not a requirement. It could be just warm water and cool water.

Common heat pipes work via the phase change from water to steam. They use a low pressure closed environment to decrease boiling points.
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