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Old 14th November 2004, 18:18   #41
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Old 14th November 2004, 18:27   #42
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hmmm 4ghz with a 80watt pelt on your cpu, isn't that a bit optimistic ??
that Pelt is for his northbridge on the motherboard

"so i told you that i am going to cool my chipset"
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Old 14th November 2004, 18:27   #43
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no i am going to put my 50 wat pelt on my northbridge.

just calculated my cpu power usage @ 3.704 ghz and 1.6 vcore=> its 171 W fully stressed
that is (you know its 89 W stock )

and @ 4 ghz and 1.6vcore its 185W

i love too see how some WB's on the market would perform on my procc
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And I also agree with your theory on Mass (it's a great state hehe just kidding) if there's ample mass then heat will disspate into it. [/b]
Does this also apply to a coldplate in case of peltier cooling?

And to what extent? could one just make a cubus shaped cold plate and pelt every free side?

I'm asking because with a heatsink or waterblock, the heat is dissipated through the air or through the liquid,
but with a pelt, the heat will try to get through the coldplate whilest the cold from the peltier tries to get through aswell but in the opposite direktion.

The thought about the thicker coldplate crossed my mind whilest discussing pelt sandwich layouts over at extremeoverclocking but not much reaction anymore
http://forums.extremeoverclocking.co...37#post1381737
 
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what i experienced with my pelts is that a baseplate of 5mm is good enough, maybe some one with 10mm has very good results too, dunno not tried yet.

about a cubus, that is going to weight very mutch i guess.

i think the more watt you cpu is the thicker you coldplate must be.
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Do you cool your mosfets? My chipset is getting darn hot aswell. Maybe I should start a small watercooling experiment...
 
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no mosfet cooling over here
maybe have to consider to cool them as well

i'll see, glue some small heatsinks on them
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crap, I was outdated, didn't read the last page be4 posting.

overworked old man = me
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My mosfet sinks arrived today. My NB temp is a lot lower stressed :O
 
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