After sitting and reading through all the pages of this debate, it really seems that iSegway is trying to stir up a heated argument
I have been polite to those that have been polite to me. If you treat me with disrespect or are close minded to me I will treat you the same way.
I have an engineering background myself and many of the replies to his posts have been very detailed and factual.
That doesn't mean they are right. If you would like to show me an example we can discuss it... until you do it is really just nonsense.
But the truth is unavoidable, that heat must be dissipated into the air.
Where did I ever say that heat wasn't dissipated into the air?
The only way to dissipate lots of heat quickly are:
Large radiator, slower airflow
Small radiator, faster airflow
You are NOT an engineer OR if you are you cheated to get your degree... because this is absolutely wrong.
Your car works this way. So does your home A/C system. Your refrigerator too.
Are you saying that these are the only types of cooling systems in the world?
Granted, some of the articles posted detail systems that do not use pumps or fans, but these are also still experimental systems.
For all we know, Apple has already tested them and are prototypes for G6 systems in a few years.
Maybe... but that doesn't change the fact that there are better solutions now for the G5... even if they cost more.
iSegway...you make some good points. But you also have, rather sarcastically, declared that others were wrong when they posted information contrary to your own opinion. And all your support for your claims has been from internet articles you have read (graciously posting links to, also.
I have only been a little feisty with people that either personally attacked me... or people that try to explain things in a condescending manner as if I have no knowledge on this subject and are totally close minded about the possibilty of water cooling or an alternative to the G5. No product is perfect. In five or ten years you could always look back on any product and say "hey... you know... I really should have added this... or done this differently". Just because Apple didn't do it doesn't mean it isn't possible. The reason I brought this whole discussion up is because I find this an interesting topic and I feel there are many deficiancies and possiblities for computer designs. I simply want to explore them... not deal with close-minded people that simply want to believe that there are no new solutions.
Some of the posts you have declared are wrong come from basic engineering principles and physics
You made an error in this very post... that is human. I never said I was perfect... but there is no doubt that water cooling, at the very least, offers advantages to "air-cooling" I created this thread to discuss that... not have people that "claim" they know it all tell me that it is impossible just because they are trying to defend Apple. Sure... people can disagree... and so can I.
posted by people who work with them on a daily basis, and to call these people wrong is just rude.
This is such a prejudiced statement. lol The most experienced people in the world are wrong all the time... look at the space shuttle.
I have worked on cooling systems for high-voltage television transmitters so I know all about many types of cooling systems.
So let me get this straight... you are telling me that a watercooling system would offer no improvements to the G5?
I also was ASE Certified in automobile repair (around 12 years ago) with specialty in air-conditioning and cooling systems. I currently teach broadcast engineering and computer-tech classes to college students.
I have had many teachers that were wrong about things or simply never thought of them.
Just answer me this... have you ever invented anything? Have you ever had something patented?
Personally... I think you are RandyCat. Just a guess though.