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Old 07-12-2004, 03:48 PM   #21 (permalink)
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yeah, i'm realy interested in the ion chip cooler...
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Lightbulb "Found one..."

I didn't find the Exact one i was talking about, but i did find an older variation of it. They call it a Peltier Junction/Chip Chiller!. you can find it at www.shrevesystems.com. Allmost everything there is Mac stuff, and you'll have to do some searching on the home page to find it, but it's worth it...
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wow, there is a lot of mac stuff ther, lol, thanks for the link.
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if you dont mind the noise . . .

MORE FANS = BETTER!
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Take the case covers off and run it that way. If that's not enough, get a small (or large) table fan blowing on it. Almost no cost unless you have no table fans.
This is a good option until you have some money. But make sure you're blowing the dust out every other day or so. Dust can cause lots of problems.
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also be careful to not touch any thing with some thing that is charcged with static electtricity, i could fry your circuts.
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