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Old 24th May 2005, 08:46   #1
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TTIC Heatpipe waterblocks tested

Link: http://www.cooling-masters.com/articles-29-0.html
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With the advent and the demonstration of superiority of the solutions of aircooling integral of the heat pipes, it was obvious that one day or the other a manufacturer was going to propose a waterblock using same technology. It was only one simple question of time and it is the firm TTIC , leader in the manufacture of the heat pipes of the column type, which declads the first with their new waterblocks NPH.

Contrary to the aircooling, which consists in cooling the heat pipe by the intermediary of crimped or welded wings and the fresh air brought by a ventilator, one quite simply will cool the column using a water circulation all around this one. Nothing good wizard all things considered...

One can already affirm that water will allow a more effective condensation of the vapor because the external surface of the heat pipe will be seen affublée of a convection coefficient definitely higher (x10 and more) compared to the air. In other words, the transfer of power to the wall will be more effective with water than with air, like any waterblock. That will make it possible to decrease by as much the internal pressure which climbs if the heat pipe is badly cooled. That there even which forces the boiling point to also climb, causing a loss of performances in addition to various thermal resistances inherent in a traditional heat pipe
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Old 24th May 2005, 16:54   #2
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damned, took them a while, I've already tought of it more than a year ago.
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Old 24th May 2005, 16:56   #3
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ow, and the link doesn't seem to work.
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Old 24th May 2005, 17:29   #4
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thank you HF, the google translator is acting up
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