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|Cooling||Dark Rock TF air cooler.. Stock vga air coolers with case side fans to help cooling..|
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|Storage||150 nvme boot drive partition.. 1T Sandisk sata.. 1T Transend sata.. 1T 970 evo nvme m 2..|
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That's true of Lithium batteries as well.
That is an aspect we should care less about.
We don't need new elements. We need creative thinking to formulate better chemistries from the existing lot.
While that is correct, the problem is volume. In small amounts, yes LiFePo is safer by far. But in large battery packs like the type that go into vehicles, cascade and runaway effects apply dramatically. The danger is reduced, sure, but not by nearly enough.
The solution is NOT Lithium based.
so far lithium is doing me okay.. but then again i aint daft enough to own an electric car.. for anything more than short local trips i think they are a waste of space.. more so when governments start charging a mileage tax in an attempt to get the lost gas tax back.. i do own a couple of electric bikes though..