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Need Peltier Info for my Duron 800.......

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Michael_Myers

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May 15, 2001
Please help......I have spent nearly all day searching this site for peltier info. REAL info....such as price, where to buy....what kind, and most importantly, what specific RANGE of pelt to get for my duron 800.....

I have read the condensation guide at danger den, and feel very comfortable doing a project like that, but I just can't find any info on where to get them....

Read this carefully please......I have been to several peltier websites, but they don't make much sense to me.... I never saw anything that said "for a duron 800 you need these products"

Gotta go to work now.....please help. Thanks
 

FerrariF50

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Jul 7, 2001
Location
Greenwich,CT,USA
I wish their were sites like that if their are any.... I'm going to be moveing over to Amd soon maybe a Duron first then a t-bird for my iwill kk66.
 

Burner

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Jun 22, 2001
Jack,
Here's a link that might be of use, they carry peltiers, http://www.tedist.com/overclk.html
There is a program called Radiate it will help you determine the proper size peltier for your proccessor,
Think I got the link from Overclockers.com,main page under utilities, check out the peltier section also if you haven't already, Octools.com has some good articles on condensation prevention. Hope this helps!
 
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Michael_Myers

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May 15, 2001
downloaded the program......it may as well be written arabic.........

I have no freakin clue what any of it means.......
 

Les56

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May 31, 2001
Location
Wigan UK
jack (Jul 10, 2001 10:29 p.m.):
downloaded the program......it may as well be written arabic.........

I have no freakin clue what any of it means.......

It does require you to feel your way round a bit and does need some knowledge of long forgotten(in my case) school physics; however the information out- put is second to none.