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Old 07-19-2007, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If I can find a suitable sized Peltier device I will try this and post findings. I heard about this concept when I was in highschool and didn't pay it much attention because overclocking was limited more by hardware than cooling in those days. Now I decided to do a little more research, both google and wikipedia have been invented since then, and there is alot of material out there. This can give you a brief overview of the concept: Thermoelectric cooling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And this will ring home with more of the visual oriented group (this link listed on wiki's page)
Thermoelectrics By Tellurex Corporation

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Old 07-19-2007, 02:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You mean like these?
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I was thinking more of a direct insert pad like this one: Thermoelectrics By Tellurex Corporation
at 40mm it will overhang an e6600 by about 1.75mm on each side.
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Default Re: OC cooling of the near future

peltier cooling is pretty common nowadays with the extreme oc groups.

Its cheap, reasonably effective, and easy to find parts for.

Now, dont get me started on ln2 :P
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or these Asetek 04-L-1052 Black Aluminum VapoChill LightSpeed AMD K8 Intel 478

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