CES 2018: XPG Shows Off Project Jellyfish

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paul_lin
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CES 2018: XPG Shows Off Project Jellyfish

Post by paul_lin » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:49 am

All new concept that memory modules can be cooled with a “liquid heat sink”
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Re: CES 2018: XPG Shows Off Project Jellyfish

Post by Kaia_6 » Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:15 am

Interesting proposal :D .

How does liquid dissipation work in this model?
Could you connect to a modular liquid cooling system to take advantage of your pump and tank?
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Re: CES 2018: XPG Shows Off Project Jellyfish

Post by paul_lin » Thu Feb 08, 2018 3:28 am

Hi Kaia

This project is still in very early stage as we are working on two key issues which are thermal dissipation and Ocean-RGB lighting effects.
About your second question which is considered as an expert technical question but very interesting for us to take a look! 8-)
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