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Titan Amanda TEC Cooler Review

Posted on Thursday, October 12 2006 @ 12:46:10 CEST by LSDsmurf


There are times when air-cooling is just not enough. At the same time you might not want to deal with the financial and maintenance costs of dealing with a water-cooling setup. What else is there? There is extreme cooling which may consist of phase change or chilled water or even LN cooling. All three are great forms of cooling but can be very hazardous to your equipment. That leaves us with TEC cooling. The method of using a thermoelectric plate, or peltier, to cool your processor has being around for ages, and it can be completely safe if done right. Well Titan may have made it as simple as it can be with their new cooler, the Amanda.



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