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System Cooling - The Physics

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Artois

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Jan 1, 2001
I'm doing a physics research and analysis project on the cooling of modern computers. I'm wondering if anyone here knows of any decent websites, books, or indeed people who could help me. I need as well as actual physics equations i.e. working out the heat produced from a die at certain clock speeds and voltages. (I have seen this on the this site but now can't find it )c: ). But also methods and ways into this topic. I know quite a lot about computers but I need some advice here. Thanks in advance.
 

JaM3sY

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Jan 1, 2001
YO! i think there is a topic on overclockers.com in tips and techniques ! its about cooling vs temp life
its pretty good
go check it out !!
cya
 

Rick

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Apr 3, 2001
There is lots of technical material available on Intel's website that will provide many data and formulea. In addition to technical Data Sheets there a many technical White Paprers dealing with computer/CPU cooling and cooling solutions. Go to the developer's area. . .