Tired of replacing failed fan units on his computer, Greg came up with a new, liquid chip-cooling system that seals out dirt and dust. Coolant is circulated by a free-floating internal blade, which is magnetically linked to a drive piece and electric motor. Heat sinks mounted to the top plate provide additional conductive cooling. Designed for easy retrofitting, the unit simply snaps into place and plugs in.
|Chip Cooling System Parts List|
|Amt||Part Description||Allied Part #|
|6 in.||2 conductor 18 AWG Wire||212-2126|
|Other parts required: Magnetic impeller (internal), magnetic coupling (external), top and bottom housings, 4-7V electric motor, approximately 1 ounce of coolant|
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