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A Thermoelectric Cooler For The Steam Deck! Can We Cool This Hand Held With Science?

6 Views· 07/01/24
Mariella Cassar
Mariella Cassar
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In this video, we try to cool the Steam deck with Science using a Thermoelectric cooler also known as a Peltier Cooler or even Semiconductor cooler. This uses electricity to extract heat from one side of the device bringing the temp down to an almost freezing temperature. Can these thermoelectric coolers work on the steam deck? Well, we’ve got 2 to test made by DEVASO.
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