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Old 8th October 2003, 09:40 PM   #1
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Default Kewl new Technology:

Wired published this story about new advances in CPU cooling:

http://www.wired.com/news/technology...,60733,00.html

According to the report they have a technique capable of cooling 1 KW/centimeter using a solid state electrokinetic pump with no moving parts and a tiny matrix of microchannels.

The manufacture, Cooligy,

http://www.cooligy.com/index.html

Developed the technology as part of a DARPA program.

Looks like there is good potential to commercialize the technology to consumer audio electronics. I can envision transistors with integrated thermal transfer devices being used to build a really great and small ALEPH.
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Looks like there is good potential to commercialize the technology to consumer audio electronics. I can envision transistors with integrated thermal transfer devices being used to build a really great and small ALEPH.
I would keep the Aleph at the same size.
According to the article we could upper the bias
times four. (250W/square cm vs. 1000W.)
And...according to Nelson who says more bias is better sound,
they would sound four times better.

/Hugo
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