i wouldve been here sooner if someone didnt err... send me "on vacation" for 2 weeks.

first of all, look at the model number to find out which TECs it uses. the PCIe powered version OP linked too is the double 200W Qmax 210W Pmax model. (400/420W total)

second of all, if this is even half as good as coolit units, it'll PWN. and TECs are expensive. get over it guys.

also, you can theorize whatever you want, but the curves are there to prove its worth

http://www.top-cool.eu/downloads/dat...PP-05A-Eng.pdf

(note they are for the single model, @ 200/210W, double that for the double model - which means the curves will be twice as steep, starting at double the initial value and going to 0 over the same deltaT)

so for a 200W CPU load you should be looking at the 100W to find the right delta T for your setup. (in this case 25C in mode A, which is the one most of you guys will be interested in)

first of all, look at the model number to find out which TECs it uses. the PCIe powered version OP linked too is the double 200W Qmax 210W Pmax model. (400/420W total)

second of all, if this is even half as good as coolit units, it'll PWN. and TECs are expensive. get over it guys.

also, you can theorize whatever you want, but the curves are there to prove its worth

http://www.top-cool.eu/downloads/dat...PP-05A-Eng.pdf

(note they are for the single model, @ 200/210W, double that for the double model - which means the curves will be twice as steep, starting at double the initial value and going to 0 over the same deltaT)

so for a 200W CPU load you should be looking at the 100W to find the right delta T for your setup. (in this case 25C in mode A, which is the one most of you guys will be interested in)