Originally Posted by aspire.comptech
Depends, they can be built to be silent or for supreme cooling power!!!!
Some of them are loud. Louder usually = better.
Well, the changing pahse can produce temperatures reaching around −30 degrees Celsius. The gas flows down to the compressor and the cycle begins over again.i This way, the processor can be cooled to temperatures ranging from −15 to −100!! degrees Celsius, depending on the load, type and speed of the processor and the refrigeration system.
and please note that this type of system suffers from a number of issues but mainly one must be concerned with dewpoint and proper insulation of all sub-ambient surfaces must be done otherwise the pipes will sweat dripping water on sensitive electronics. Which isn't good! lol
Their are many different ways of cooling your computer. Some i can think of.
Passive heat sink cooling
Active heat sink cooling
Peltier cooling or thermoelectric cooling
Phase-change cooling (the one we are talking about)
There are many ways.