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    JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    MIT spinoff's "cooling for modern electronics" uses direct-contact fluid microjet technology.
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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    I guess, if it's liquid firing at the surface of the CPU, then the seal around the edge will need to be engineered into the CPU, so that it's a perfect seal for ever. I don't forsee many water tight seals, just pushed onto the surface of a CPU, sealing 100% correctly for the life of a CPU under the pressure needs for the jets to work AND the liquid to then pass back out to the reservoir again. Water oozing out of a seal pressed against the CPU would be ... sub optimal

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    That thing in the picture dun't look 10x smaller, neither...
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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    That thing in the picture dun't look 10x smaller, neither...
    we don't know the scale...it might be ickle

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    It's probably that it CAN be 10x smaller. Or that it CAN be 10x better.

    As for the sealant, it'll depend on a few factors. These jets probably don't need to be proper jets as we're imagining but just enough to get convection working faster. I don't have Solidworks so I can't download and run their simulation. I expect that you won't install the chip on to the mobo and then the cooler on top, but you'll install the chip into the blue section of the cooler (you can see the multiple sealing nuts around the black edge), be expected to run a pressure and leak test before installing / running and then bolting the whole thing into the socket as one. I'd have thought you'll end up modifying the socket to accept this but it's an enthusiast part after all. I can't see you'll be able to make a seal of the standard required any other way.

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    I don't think making a water-tight seal against the top of a CPU is an especially tricky task to achieve. We always bolt on heat-sinks with an alarming amount of pressure against the chip. Making something reliably water-tight isn't especially hard - just ask all those people who assemble their own water-cooling rigs.

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    Oooh, just in time for Intels 10th gen 10 core "105w tdp" at up to 5.2GHz!

    10th gen needing 10x cooling

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    we don't know the scale...it might be ickle
    We can extrapolate, based on known sizes of CPU block mounting plates... of which there is clearly one in the picture, that must be sized to current CPU cooler mounting points, no?
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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    We can extrapolate, based on known sizes of CPU block mounting plates... of which there is clearly one in the picture, that must be sized to current CPU cooler mounting points, no?
    Size is in three dimensions and so whilst the flat area might be the same size, the volume might be a tenth of the size and there's also the question of what their comparator is.... normal cooling might be a giant heatsink and fan. Or it might be the cooling tower in a power station. That's cooling.

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    what no rgb .......... smaller (must be rubbish)

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Oooh, just in time for Intels 10th gen 10 core "105w tdp" at up to 5.2GHz!

    10th gen needing 10x cooling
    yeah but next pahse is 5.2 ghz at stock ! idle 95 watts (we all know what that means......... more like 1k at oc) and this time we incuded hyper threading .........so we have 16 cores

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    See also: water jet cutter?

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyM2012 View Post
    See also: water jet cutter?
    That was also my initial thought, if the jets are high enough pressure, surely the surface of what you are cooling is going to degrade over time? Unless they have some way of dispersing the jet to be more widespread, but even so...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Size is in three dimensions and so whilst the flat area might be the same size, the volume might be a tenth of the size
    Flat area provides an estimate of the scale. If their depth is 10x smaller, their drawing is not to scale and woefully unrepresentative. I'm not going to waste my childrens' inheritance on that kind of inaccuracy. I'm out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashers View Post
    I don't think making a water-tight seal against the top of a CPU is an especially tricky task to achieve. We always bolt on heat-sinks with an alarming amount of pressure against the chip. Making something reliably water-tight isn't especially hard - just ask all those people who assemble their own water-cooling rigs.
    ah that's a little different. That has a water block thermal paste & clamped to the CPU and the waterblock then holds the liquid, with pipes from it with seals.

    EKWB for example
    https://www.ekwb.com/shop/water-blocks/cpu-blocks

    they're mainly sealed except where the pipe fitting screw in.

    most are from most brands
    https://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer-hardware/cooling-water/cpu-water-blocks

    But in this case we're looking at clamping a watertight seal to the CPU directly....which is OK if it's utterly flat, utterly clean CPU and the seal pushed ot it doesn't leak. And then there's the pressure that the coolant will need to squirt into the cavity ..... the seals on the "skirts" of this waterblock will need to be very long lasting.

    I think the entire idea is to sqirt water onto the CPU heatspreader, and maybe one day onto the CPU itself

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    Re: JetCool touts 10x better cooling for high power processors

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