ok stop right there! most of you dont appear to understand where i was/am going with the pressurized cooling system. sorry for the confusion. boiling point? though there is moisture in air, this idea had nothing to with liquid other then the stuff in heat pipes.
my idea was to not use a fluctuation in pressure but a constant pressure in a 100% enclosed case. there would be no heating of the air because due to pressure because there is no fluctuation. does your can of canned air next to your computer give off heat just sitting there idle under a few hundred psi?
more molecules in a smaller space (denser air) would allow the air to pull more heat from the heat sink. its true that this idea wont be a breakthrough in cpu cooling but do u not potential in the basics of the idea?
please dont bother replying to this saying that there are easier ways to cool blah blah blah. i dont care, this is my thread, go post somewhere else. this thread is for the sole sake of talking about pressurized gas cooling.
a little more to add in about the gas laws. i did coome copy pasta from wikihttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay-Lussac%27s_law
"if a gas's temperature increases then so does its pressure, if the mass and volume of the gas are held constant. The law has a particularly simple mathematical form if the temperature is measured on an absolute scale, such as in Kelvin."Edited by hks85 - 10/15/08 at 7:46am