Thermoelectric cooling offers a very powerful way to cool your PC, but it does come with a hefty price.  OCIA looks at a scaled down version of the Freezone, the CoolIT Systems EliminatorThey found the installation to be totally problem free, although the power draw that the TEC needed when the system was at full power added to the overall noise.
“The idea behind thermoelectric cooling (TEC) is that you can use energy to actively move heat from a cold place to a hot place. Generally, this isn’t the case: the temperature in a room will reach equilibrium unless you do work (spend energy) to change that; if that sounds familiar, it’s because it’s a law of thermodynamics. A Peltier device is a cool (no pun intended) little gadget that facilitates this kind of cooling. When you send current through this white plate, one side becomes very cold and the other very hot.”

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