Researcher finds faster, cheaper way to cool electronic devices

Researchers at  North Carolina State University have developed a new technique of cooling electronic devices which they claim and prove through their findings that it can lead to an increase of performance by improving the rate of heat exchange, while also lowering the cost of manufacturing. The scientists’ findings might lead to a new generation [...]A novel technique cools electronic devices faster and cheaper is a post from ZME Science. © ZME Science - All Rights Reserved. Thank you for being a subscriber, Download your very own FREE copy of our recently released e-book "Our Incredible World, Like You've Never Seen It Before".

Mix of Metal and Graphene Cools Chips

Flakes of graphene in copper or indium could let chips run faster

Mon 9 Apr 12 from IEEE Spectrum

Study finds faster, cheaper way to cool electronic devices

A North Carolina State University researcher has developed a more efficient, less expensive way of cooling electronic devices – particularly devices that generate a lot of heat, such as ...

Mon 9 Apr 12 from Phys.org

Gadgets to run 25 percent cooler with copper-graphene heat spreader

The gadgets we carry in our pockets and bags are becoming ever more powerful. But to achieve that performance manufacturers keep increasing the clock speed and number of cores in the processors. ...

Tue 10 Apr 12 from Geek.com

A novel technique cools electronic devices faster and cheaper

Researchers at  North Carolina State University have developed a new technique of cooling electronic devices which they claim and prove through their findings that it can lead to an increase ...

Mon 9 Apr 12 from ZME Science

Researcher develops enhanced electronic cooling technique

A more efficient, less expensive way of cooling electronic devices has been developed in the US.

Sun 15 Apr 12 from The Engineer

New Method to Cool Electronics is Cheap, Fast

A researcher has developed a more efficient, less expensive way of cooling electronic devices? particularly devices that generate a lot of heat, such as lasers and power devices.

Mon 9 Apr 12 from Laboratory Equipment

Graphene Composite Films Cool Electronic Devices More Rapidly

By Cameron Chai Dr. Jag Kasichainula, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at the North Carolina State University, has designed a low-cost, high-efficient cooling technique...

Wed 11 Apr 12 from AZoNano

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