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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-30-2007, 12:44 PM - Thread Starter
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What is this? Is it dehumidifier or a humidifier for you PC? If the latter, what moron invented this? If it is a dehumidifier, maybe an interesting investment for sub-ambient cooling assuming it is powerful enough. I don't get it... 1.4w power consumption for heater AND fan?


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Key Selling Points: Keep your system cool by humidifying it! This Just Cooler DR-100 system dehumidifier keeps the slots and pins on your motherboard clean! It's easy to install, just attach to a vacant slot on the motherboard and let the moisture begin.

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Model: Just Cooler System DeHumidifier - DR-100
Item No: C1968
General Features:
• Built-in heater to heat up water mist
• Low noise
• Keep slots and pins clean
• Easy to install
Specifications:
• MTBF: 20,000 hours
• Speed: 35,000 RPM
• Airflow: 18 CFM
• Voltage: DC 12V
• Current: 0.12A
• Power: 1.44W

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What kind of retard invented this?!? It is a heater that sprays out water. This will go perfectly for raising case temps and rusting your case....

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I'm guessing it's a Humidifier. It turns your computer into a cigar box

Makes you wonder....

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Dumb***** engineering!

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This is cheap phase change cooling

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Just think, get 5 or 6 and it will really moisten things up. Better yet, put your computer in the oven on high with a garden hose spraying on it!

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When you humidify the air for electronic equipment, the control has to be precise and the moisture added to the air must not even be close to dew point temperature. Any precipitation at all will end up in places to make things rust and corrode. I don`t see how this "System Dehumidifier" can even come close to accomplishing this. Please, don`t even consider buying one.

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Someone here needs to buy one and put it in your case, just for the lulz.

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Someone here needs to buy one and put it in your case, just for the lulz.
go ahead and try it for us

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