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post #11 of 13
A peltier is limited to always consuming more power then it has the ability to move. It is a direct heat pump, and also does not setup a differential that is impermeable (or even close ot that, heat moves back from the hotside to the coldside hurting efficiency). Phase can move many times its own input wattage by setting up a impermeable barrier (like walls and insulation), as well as trapping and releasing heat instead of moving it.
post #12 of 13
n00b nice to see you here.
With anything ac heat is never created it is only moved. So if your cpu puts out 200w you will be moving 200w. There is some heat created by the compressor its self. So figure 20% waste. So you would have abot 240w expelled.
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More then that 2long4u. Much of the input power to hte compressor becomes heat, probably more then 50%, some is wicked away just by air (and so should be consdiered pumped out) and the rest is thru the condenser (again pumped out).
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