Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Any appliance for lowering the temperature of the air, as in hospitals, dwellings, and theaters. A common form consists of chambers filled with ice, or fitted with screens of light fabric kept constantly wet with cooling liquids, through which a current of air is forced. See refrigerating-chamber, under refrigerate.
“The enraged activists damaged an air-cooler installed inside the police station and smashed the window.”
“[02/17/2010 01: 54 PM | Cooling/PSU] by Sergey Lepilov Today we are going to talk about the most powerful top air-cooler employing core-contact technology in its design.”
“We stopped in and asked Willy if he had any later models like ours to see what parts we could salvage but alas he only had the older air-cooler versions.”
“Using an air-cooler we reached a stable frequency of 3. 60GHz with the 940.”
“I have to admit that it sounds too sophisticated and not typical for a CPU air-cooler at all.”
“Furthermore, cooling has grown considerably in size and now takes up a fair amount of real estate whether it is an air-cooler or a more complex water-cooled system.”
“Prolimatech, of the Megahalems CPU cooler fame, is ready with its first high-performance VGA air-cooler, the Prolimatech MK-13.”
“There are many starter level kits out there that cool as well as a regular air-cooler.”
“General Electric 385 litres fridge (imported) in excellent condition (Rs. 10,000) and KenStar air-cooler, model: 0121, with stand, (Rs. 2,000).”
“However, with components choices like that any liquid-cooling solution leaves no chance even to a super-efficient air-cooler.”
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