Originally Posted by RunningRioT
pretty much this is electric cooling, you put this on your cpu
it has 2 sides. one is extremely cold and one is extremely hot,
what you would do is pair it up with water cooling.
you can achieve idle temps below zero.
you will need an external power source.
Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy
To cool a modern CPU you'll need a TEC with a Qmax of at least 226 watts, combine that thermal output plus that of your CPU, which is around 60-70 watts, you'll need a cooler that can dissipate around 300watts, and to cool that you'll need a water cooling system. You could do it with air, but chances are the temperatures would be higher than if you just cooled the processor by itself with the heatsink.
Originally Posted by The Dark Inquisitor
... that was a joke the dimond heatsink
but your on the right track go back to the Danger Den website and order a customizeable kit with a waterblock, resivior, radiator and get the tubes and clips at a local appliance store
Originally Posted by The Duke
I'm getting pover 2600 actual out of my 2600m I stepping with air. From what I'v seen in here you should see about 2800actual w water! Look at plagues results
Many pages to read.
Originally Posted by Armend
idk if im going to do this takes alot work and money $$$$ lol but thanks guys