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Pain box part 2: When in doubt, add watts.
In my , I introduced my painbox project and talked about the prototype I’d assembled so far.
The basic functionality was there, but the performance was subpar.
The device itself was also a giant mess, making it hard to iterate on.
Time to make some improvements.
I decided to try to improve performance by upgrading the underperforming components.
The most important performance aspect is the “cold” side temperature – you’ll recall from the last post that it never really got that cold at all.

There are two reasons for the poor performance: the TEC wasn’t pumping much heat

and the passive heatsink on the hot side of the TEC couldn’t bring it close enough to ambient.
Luckily, both of these problems were easily solved with a little money.
I found a  and a CPU cooling  to go with it.
Specifically.

The heatsink has a dissipation rating that matches that of the TEC

which should hopefully allow ideal performance.
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