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Windows 7: Researcher Creates Cheap, More Efficient Graphene-Based Cooling Method

10 Apr 2012   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
Researcher Creates Cheap, More Efficient Graphene-Based Cooling Method

A handful of technological quandaries are keeping our small, yet powerful gadgets from becoming even smaller and powerful; one of those issues -- as any iPad or Asus Transformer Prime owner can tell you -- is heat dissipation. The copper technology found in most modern day doo-dads just ain't cutting it anymore. Fortunately, an NC State researcher has devised a new way to cool down hot electronics 25 percent faster than existing technology -- and at a lower price, to boot.
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10 Apr 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,

This is good stuff, I wonder how long before a Graphene based TIM "Thermal Interface Material" will be invented.
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10 Apr 2012   #3

Windows 10 64bit

That's great this will allow for a advancement in technology in mobile devices with stronger hardware that would usually not be capable to run because of heat problems :)
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