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March 17th, 2007
Take this one for example, it is called the Hydrojet, a self-contained watercooling system. This hexagonal tower is quite large and filled with copper fins, to be replaced with aluminum when it hits production soon. It sucks air in on top and blows it out the vents in the bottom.
Internally, the heat is picked up by a carbon nanotube base and conducted to a liquid that is circulated by the same driveshaft as the little internal fan. The fluid reservoir is in the clear section just below the fins. This one is empty.
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