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CorsairĀ® Launches 950 Watt Power Supply For Gamers And PC Enthusiasts

Fremont, Calif. (Vocus) October 7, 2009 CorsairĀ®, a worldwide leader in high performance memory and computer products, today announced the launch of the Corsair TX950W power supply unit (PSU), the latest addition to the award-winning TX-series of hi...
by Parkzone Corsair on Dec 2, 2011

Fremont, Calif. (Vocus) October 7, 2009 Corsair, a worldwide leader in high performance memory and computer products, today announced the launch of the Corsair TX950W power supply unit (PSU), the latest addition to the award-winning TX-series of h...
by Parkzone Corsair on Dec 2, 2011

PhD Studentship in Solid State Chemistry, Heriot Watt University, UK

Heriot Watt University, UK offers PhD studentship Position in Solid State Chemistry Study Subject:Solid State Chemistry Employer:Heriot Watt University Level:PhD Scholarship Description:A PhD studentship, supported by the Energy Technology Partnershi...
by infoscholarship.info on Mar 24, 2011

Turn waste heat into power, using Quantum physicists

A “forest” like molecules holds the promise of turning waste heat into electricity. University of Arizona physicists discovered that because of quantum effects, electron waves traveling along the backbone of each molecule interfere with e...
by eVolution by Revolution on Sep 24, 2010

To you HOG riders out there. Engine heat, and how to lower the temp?

This probably ain’t gonna get anyone the 10 points. I’m wondering if other H-D riders are as obsessed with engine heat as I am. I use my Dyna as a commuter bike. Lot’s of stop and go. I use 20-50 Amsoil synthetic and am wondering if...

WEIRD WEDNESDAY: Heat From The Beyond

A crematorium in Sweden considering a second use for its waste heat. by AnneTFM...
by FacilityBlog on Dec 31, 2008

Waste Heat Recovery, Something Different but not New

Great read for the day from CNET, they're always great for new technology news. Just to convince you to read it, I'll quote something VERY promising:One customer is taking wasted energy from a steel smelter to make 220 megawatts of electricity.
by Green Me Up, Scotty! on Aug 26, 2008


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