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post #41 of 43 (permalink) Old 07-16-2019, 06:37 PM - Thread Starter
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I don't want to imagine what a failure (even temporary) would do to the die...

Instant shut off might save it.

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post #42 of 43 (permalink) Old 07-17-2019, 06:32 AM
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This is simply not true. In the paper you link they suggest the highest thermal transfer using direct Water Jet Impingement.



Because it was unnecessary and too expensive? Using some decently clean DI water should be fine, the jets do not need to be that small. We probably do not need the super small versions that paper talks about.

Also, is your point that it doesn't work due to thermal transfer or that the jets clog? If it doesn't work in the first place, due to poor thermal transfer, I don't see how the jets clogging is an obstacle.
I was referring to direct liquid to die cooling for those that missed that there is a intermediate plate between die and jets

and yes DI water will work for a time but for jets to be effective they ideally would be around 16 jets per mm* squared and the jets will be small a slight piece of soldering flux, hair, dust or corrosion will block those jets eventually.
Just if it were that great it would have been done by now for such a simple piece of engineering.

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sketchy, first of all something like that will be under pressure. Not sure I like the idea of increasing the pressure in my waterloops.

secondly they have nothing but fancy graphics on their page with no real world products. This makes it look like a kickstarter or venture capital scam.

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