Ionic winds keep chips cooler

‘Ionic wind engines’ keep computers cool – tech – 15 August 2007 – New Scientist Tech

The microchips inside future computers could be chilled by tiny “ionic wind engines” that use an electric current to generate a cooling breeze.

Researchers at Purdue University in Indiana, US, are testing the engines as a way to cool computer components more effectively.


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