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Originally Posted by schilcote View Post
If you've watched the Nova episode on extreme cold, where they talk about how MIT(I think) made a Bose-Einsten Condensate, they tell you that lasers tuned just right can actually make things colder. Much colder, since a BEC is about a few thousandths of a kelvin from absolute zero. My question is, could you shine a laser on your case/cpu/gpu/whatever to cool it?
imagine the PSU you would need to run a lazorz.
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post #32 of 37
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Originally Posted by nubz View Post
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/zero/research.html,
your wrong given time we will be to Absolute zero is no time, and you spelled Universe wrong.
and you spelled you're wrong as well.
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post #33 of 37
At absolute zero, the electrons may not cease to move due to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, but they will be in their lowest-energy state and thus be moving much more slowly than normal. That means that you will have one hell of a cold-bug even if everything that processor is made of could withstand that temperature.
    
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post #34 of 37
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actually, absolute zero is only possible where there is nothing at all, not even air. air=matter=energy
This.
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post #35 of 37
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Originally Posted by schilcote View Post
I thought so. Anyway, like I said, this is a hypothetical situation. But still, it would be cool to have a laser cooled computer. Hmm...
I think that the lasers only cooled the particles a bit like they were saying this was a race which was happening in the 10s of millionths of degrees so imo the lasers would only cool it 0.00001c though i could be wrong since its only a guess.

Edit: you might as well try it though don't be disappointed when it doesn't work lol.
Use one of those lasers from a laser etching machine.
Edited by MAD_J - 4/18/09 at 4:29pm
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Use one of those lasers from a laser etching machine.
And etch right through your CPU. It seems about as smart as the OP idea. I do admit, it was an interesting thread to read, but we wont see this for a long time if we ever do.
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This wont work, and reading through 4 pages, i fail to see a reasonable explanation why. It IS kinda hard to explain, but let me try anyways.

All right, so imagine a beach ball on a lawn, and a few garden hoses. If you fire a garden hose at the beach ball, it will move in the direction you are firing it. (Newtons First Law, every action has an equal and opposite reaction.) If you get 2 garden hoses on opposite sides, it MIGHT move to one side or another, if you get 3 garden hoses arranged in a triangle, you can keep the beach ball from moving at all, in a perfect world.

Now, imagine a BIG souped up version of that, using lasers, and atoms. You have to be in a special room, if any heat gets produced, the lasers are worthless. So, air moving over that will produce heat due to friction, and dislodge the atom from the lasers. That is all.
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