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ActiveCool AC4G smart thermo-electric CPU cooling - ActiveCool AC4G smart thermo-electric CPU cooling
Thu, May 06 2004 | 5:44PM | PermaLink Feedback?
With Intel CPUs soaring well over the 100W mark, questions about the efficacy of conventional heatsink and forced air cooling arise again. The AC4G system from ActiveCool employs one of the likely alternatives: Thermoelectric Cooling. Thermoelectric Coolers (TEC) are nothing new, but Active-Cool aims to put the technology to work in a new way, by varying the power of the TEC in accordance with demand to keep both the temps and the noise down. Our indepth report on the ActiveCool AC4G.
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