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post #41 of 78
Thanks for the link ira-k !

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So why does higher flow results in better performance?

The more quickly I rush around, the more likely I'm going to be tumbled about (think white-water rapids as opposed to a smooth slowly flowing river). This means that I'm going to get tossed against the cool metal walls of the radiator more often, rather than just cruising along down the middle of the tube, only passing heat slowly to water molecules beside me that are only a little cooler than I, because they are beside another molecule, and then beside another molecule, before we get to the cold metal wall.
Precisely what I was talking about with the spiraled heatpipes ... you'll get the "rapids" effect but you won't have the restricted flow.
post #42 of 78
Looks weak, like all the fins will simply fold over, if the barbs where on each side insted of on top, then I think it would be awsome.

But I am a N00b with W/c so that just my 2C.
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Thanks for the link ira-k !



Precisely what I was talking about with the spiraled heatpipes ... you'll get the "rapids" effect but you won't have the restricted flow.
yes, your idea would work really good. especially if the heatpipes make direct contact with the CPU like these
though 4 heatpipes would be a lot better.
having pins on them like most normal waterblocks do would help a lot too by creating more turbulence.
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Were not radiators....

.....Water Flow
okay then, if I drop some water on a hot skillet and quicky move it through from side to side, only one time, Think of a frictionless stove, so the water wont just diffuse. then again very slowly this time do the same technique, I guarantee more water will have evaporated, your racetrack analogy is wrong, because we are not talking about distance here we are talking about heat transfer
post #45 of 78
your example is not in a close loop, whereas a PC cooling system is.
post #46 of 78
Listen you are saying that heat diffusion does not vary over time, That heat diffusion is instantaneous! That is absurd.
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Listen you are saying that heat diffusion does not vary over time, That heat diffusion is instantaneous! That is absurd.
In a closed loop it won't matter! It's like you touching your hand to the grill for 1/10th of a second every second. It will get hot!

Heat diffusion is instantaneous. However, your body will only take X amount per ms, so, one ms probably won't hurt, but 1000 of them will be enough to burn you.
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post #48 of 78
Closed loop = no evaporation = no loss of mass or volume ... simply a constant circulation system ( much like a heatpipe ) hot to cold to hot to cold ... etc. etc.
post #49 of 78
okay well then you have no understanding of physics, basically nothing is instantaneous. If you won't acknowledge that, there is really nothing I can do.
post #50 of 78
3/8" like all TT water gear... wheres the 1/2"
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