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INFO for you people using Peltier Thermoelectric modules - How to Tell What Kind or type of TEC Peltier Thermoelectric Module You Have.pdf (0/1)



 
 
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Old October 30th 07, 06:00 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd
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Default INFO for you people using Peltier Thermoelectric modules - How to Tell What Kind or type of TEC Peltier Thermoelectric Module You Have.pdf (0/1)

I found this on emule.

Might be usefull to you'all using peltier thermoelectric modules in
cooling. I know that some of the surplus sites do not even know what
kind of Peltier they have or any of the specs, and this little bit of
INFO might solve that problem

Does not look complete yet

YMMV
 




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