Ready for a change of phase?
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 6, 2006 - 03:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
When watercooling just doesn't cut it anymore, many turn to Thermoelectric cooling, like the CoolIt Systems Freezone Peltier, that Lee just reviewed. The other choice, at least without breaking out the liquid nitrogen, is to borrow technology from refrigerators, and get into phase changing. WaterCooling 101 has just published a guide to phase change cooling, and explain what it is and how you go about doing it.
'All overclockers want to push their CPUs to the max, however one element stands in the way. This element is heat. Heat
causes many problems and makes your computer unstable. We all heard the term Phase Changing, but what does this really do
and how can you apply it to your system? Find out and take your CPU to the next level.'
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Noctua NF-S12 Quiet Fans @ Accelenation
- Antec Nine Hundred Advanced Gaming Case @ Bjorn3D
- CoolIT Freezone CPU Cooler @
- Sunbeamtech Zorro Case @ Pro-Clockers
- Zerotherm BTF90 CPU Heatsink
Review @ Technic3D
- Thermaltake Eureka Big Boy Chassis @
- NZXT Adamas Aluminum Case @ PC
- MACS MA-7131-A Triumph Deluxe @ Bjorn3D
- Silverstone LC20 @