Phase change cooling may be making a comeback, it seems.
Yesterday, we reported on Thermaltake's Xpressar solution, utilising customised DC inverter type micro refrigeration cooling for the PC chassis and today, brings another challenger to the ring.
US-based company, Turbo Cooling, is in the late stages of R&D works on its Ice Age Phase Change Cooling System which, is set to have a cooling range between -30 and -5 Degrees Celsius, utilises R134a refrigerant and require no PC chassis modification at all.
It appears that there is renewal and vigour returning to the, once extreme, phase change cooling market and hoping to price up in the $199 to $249 price bracket, the Ice Age Phase Change Cooling System definitely appears to be one to watch.
Last updated: Sep 1, 2017 at 05:28 am CDT
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