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Madison, Wis. - Anyone who has listened to the constant whir of a computer's fan or held a laptop for too long knows how blazing hot computers can get.

In fact, today's ultra-powerful computers generate so much heat that air cooling technology can't keep pace anymore, says UW-Madison mechanical engineering professor
Full article >>> t a 45-degree angle to the chip surface. Because they all move in the same direction, the lines of liquid have no chance to interact, slow down and boil. Instead, they rush off the surface in a torrent, carrying with them the chip's heat.

The system performs so well, says Shedd, because "the mixing of liquid caused by the droplets at the chip surface achieves very high heat transfer, and......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Madeline Fisher 07/11/05


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