Originally Posted by The Amish Kid
Do you know what peltier is? ......
Did you read the review???
Thermoelectric cooling is also known as Peltier cooling as well. It was discovered by a French watchmaker in year 1834. Thermoelectric module is created by the combination of many “p-” and “n-” semiconductors. Basically, this is how it works for Thermoelectric cooling; There are two sides; the electrons’ kinetic energy of one side will increase and turn into heat while the kinetic energy of the other side will decrease and the temperature will decrease. There are two heat sinks for both the surfaces of the thermoelectric. The heat sink of the cold side will act as a refrigerator and the hot side will act as heat sink. .....
That is the principle this cases cooling is based on, as with most things there are different variations of the process
The item you have linked to also uses this principle but is in no way the only peltier cooling system devised, there are plenty of others. Your link is a cpu specific design utilising the peltier method, the case is just a variation on the peltier cooling theme. An open mind is a great asset in the young
not everything is black and white, there are grey areas, I hope you have learned something today