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Raijintek shows passively cooled all-in-one water cooling
Hardware manufacturer Raijintek has shown an all-in-one -waterkoeler at Computex in Taiwan, which functions as a closed system. The cooler has no moving parts and functions by the heating of a liquid which is circulating by means of natural circulation.
The fluid used, where no further details of its known, boiling below forty degrees Celsius, so that it turns into a gas. The condensate rises to a heat exchanger and is then again by cooling liquid, after which the liquid drops down again and the process repeats itself.
TechPowerUp managed to take pictures of the cooler in action at Computex. Previously donated an employee of the state of Raijintek boiling water from a kettle into a cup which hangs in the heatsink of the cooling liquid. Then, the closed system cooled the container quickly.
Raijintek would have stopped a lot of research money into the cooler and have now captured all patents. That would be the product “ready for sale”. With regard to the product or a derivative thereof will cost, it is not yet known.
It is not the first pump-free water-cooling or water cooling with a heat exchanger. On the Internet are different casemodding projects found with heat exchangers. SilverStone released two years ago, a pump-free water cooling, but which still had a normal radiator.
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