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Ionic wind could improve cooling by 250%
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 15 August 2007 15:33

From BBC Technology:

Minuscule wind engines could help to take computing power to the next level, scientists believe.

US researchers have developed a prototype device that creates a "breeze" made up of charged particles, or ions, to cool computer chips.

The "ionic wind", the scientists say, will help to manage the heat generated by increasingly powerful, yet ever-shrinking devices.

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