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Water Cooling Equip. and Performance Guide - Fluids

| Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

Amdmb.com has posted another article for Water Cooling Equipment and Performance but takes a greater look at the fluid this time.

One of the most basic issues with water cooling is the amount of flow to use. While it is extremely easy to calculate a reasonable value, I've yet to see it discussed elsewhere. The specific heat of water is roughly 4.18 kJ/kg-°C. One watt equals one joule per second. This means that 4.18 kilowatts would raise the temperature of one kilogram of water at the rate of one degree Celcius per second.
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