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Thermoelectric coolers can be used to cool computer components to keep temperatures within design limits, or to maintain stable functioning when overclocking.
However, due to low efficiency, much more heat is generated than
normally, necessitating a very large and noisy fan or a liquid cooling
system. In fiber optic applications, where the wavelength of a laser or a
component is highly dependent on temperature, Peltier coolers are used
along with a thermistor in a feedback loop to maintain a constant
temperature and thereby stabilize the wavelength of the device. A
Peltier cooler with a heat sink or waterblock can cool a chip to well below ambient temperature.
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