A guy going by X-Jinn has posted up an almost-review (it's in one of the [H]ardForums) of what has to be one of the most innovative cooling ideas yet. Granted, the concept itself is pretty simple (just look at a nuclear power station's cooling tower), but the execution is nothing short of brilliant. Just imagine sub-ambient temps in a watercooling rig... without peltiers! For the cost of some PVC and a shower head, you can bet your biscuits I'm going to work this concept over real well, especially looking into shorter, wider PVC towers.
An interview and a more in-depth review are coming up shortly.
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