Fanless PSU anyone?

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Postby Tulatin » Wed Jul 30, 2003 11:22 pm

On aname brand psuu, u could always just mod these sinsk as well, uttign pipers thru them to channel away the heat...
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Postby Deja Vu » Wed Jul 30, 2003 11:32 pm

Who the hell is george?

Anyway, I am a noob and all, but "Water cooling" a PSU doesnt sound to good to me. But I am a noob, and what do i know? heheh
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Postby Comp_parter » Wed Jul 30, 2003 11:40 pm

Water cooling a psu sounds neat..

But I am too dern cheap to go that route....

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Postby greytrains » Mon Aug 04, 2003 1:54 pm

geh1 wrote:Hate to step on toes but industrial (yes high voltage high current) applications have been water cooled for many many years, I wonder why I haven't heard of any catastrophies? descri[tion belays practical electronics experience. George


Actually the "industrial High Voltage / High Current" situations are oil cooled not water-cooled. You hear about "catastrophes" all the time. Every time a power company's transformer goes up in flames. They are oil cooled, and make for a nice light show when they do blow up though. 8O
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