Sending electric currents through silver in water creates millions/billions/trillions of microscopic particles of silver in distilled water, creating MUCH more surface area than a "block" of silver in a loop could ever create.
Not to mention that the silver micro-particles in the water could actually help cool the processor. (silver conducts better than copper)
Why hasn't this been done? It's very cheap, and results are extremely promising.
Edited by xaborus - 7/3/11 at 1:53am