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Ryan Kingsbury

North Fort Myers, FL
age 18

Thermoelectric-Based Liquid-Cooled Personal Computer



Thermoelectric-Based Liquid-Cooled Personal Computer

As microprocessor chips continue to increase in complexity, their power consumption increases as well. As a result, today’s chips generate greater quantities of heat as a by-product that can cause serious damage to the microprocessor. Ryan’s invention is a cooling system that provides a cost-efficient method to remove excess heat thereby allowing an inexpensive microprocessor to be “overclocked” to operate at speeds equivalent to the more expensive microprocessors.



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