World's First Liquid Metal-Based CPU Cooler
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December 8, 2008, 04:24 PM
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sorry, have to dispute you there on one point.
Water takes more energy to heat up but stores the energy much more efficiently (doesnt let it go very quickly).
Metal takes very little energy to heat up but releases it very quickly.
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