Originally Posted by Asmodian
You seem to only be thinking of water and air as static thermal transfer materials. This is wrong.
No. Its called sarcasm. Ive tested different waterblocks for 20 years in some reviews, with and without jet plates, im well aware of the effects of jet plates.
What Im thinking is that even if you maximize flow and turbulence such that any water molecule that has absorbed any heat is instantly replaced with one that has not....water with its low thermal conductance still requires adequate surface area for a given power density.
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Last edited by opt33; 07-14-2019 at 04:27 PM.