The Lightning II Workstation has more CPU cores than the Lightning I, but each core is not quite as fast. It features an overclocked Intel i9-10920X running at 4.8 GHz across all 12 cores and 24 threads.
Shown above in the new prototype cooling solution which vastly outperforms even quadruple liquid-cooled radiator designs. Behind those two industrial-strength fans which could blow a poodle down the street you will find a rare copper-finned condenser that processes vaporized refrigerants instead of liquid in a radiator. This vapor phase change creates a more endothermic reaction, resulting is greater cooling than a radiator could provide. Note how thick the condenser is shown below. This is because of the wider fins, which in turn means greater surface area for the heat to dissipate through. Also, copper has a greater thermal conductivity than aluminum. Most radiators on the market today use aluminum. We use copper fins in our condensers, which is more expensive, but has nearly twice the heat removal capacity of aluminum.
Copper fins have a higher thermal conductivity than aluminum which is why our heat removal solutions outperform the rest of the industry offerings.
The only other metal that outperforms copper in this category is silver, which is far more expensive, and the gain in heat removal is rather minimal. Having copper fins is like having twice the volume of an aluminum radiator. So if you want the best you can get, you need a Nuclear Lighting computer!