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|13th September 2004, 11:46||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Xtreme Cooling: Asetek Vapochill Lightspeed
At some point you want more, you can purchase some peltiers along with a peltier powersupply but at the end it only destroys your precious hardware if it goes wrong! The next step would be phase change cooling, direct die phase change cooling which is with a block attached to your processor, or in the use with water-cooling also called a waterchiller.
Today I'm looking at the Vapochill Lightspeed from Asetek, a company with roots in the overclocking and cooling scene. They've been producing vapochill systems for a long time now, and they've gained ground on the water-cooling market as well with their Waterchill line of products. So what is that phase change im talking about?
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