Asking for a friend.
Depends on the application. Looks to me to be like the fan used in the Mt. View NASA air test tunnel.
Looks quite a bit under-engineered - I'm assuming that's one of those new portable quantum computers it's attached to...IRRC quantum computers operating range is <-250C.
liquid cooling might get you a better overclock...
Thinking the same thing. Pour a frosty A&W over that sucker.
Too impure - immerse in ultrapure water or mineral oil maybe.
But then I don't have the five other root beers from the 6-pack to drink. You're not thinking through the important implications of your approach.
Well if you start with the root beers and then decide at the last minute to change over to mineral oil - bam! 6 pack!
Don't forget to put some blinker fluid in where that LED is. There is a small access hole on the bottom for it...
Ah...once again you prove youself the Zen Master.
That reminds me, I was once offered the chance to rummage around a junkyard RV that had been the traveling office of a network tech. It was chock full of pc fans and aluminum heat sinks. I have a case or two of each around here somewhere.
Zalmans are so 2000's, Noctuas are all the go these days if you want an ultra quiet fan.
Does it fly ?
Mineral oil. Don’t waste a good six-pack of root beer!
So it doubles as a drone??
I had one of those on my AMD dual-core Opteron.
Pentium 4 for me.
Yeah, forgot that was the same time frame. I was just looking for it the other day (not for my hubs, which are mounted on an inside wall where gentle breezes waft by to keep them harmoniously running along).
I see no "blue" liquid so no not sufficient....
edit: also lacking in the LED department.. LED's (of various colors) are important because the photons help amplify CPU efficiency...