|12-07-2011, 08:51 AM||#1|
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[VR-Zone.com] Is the Air Bearing Heat Exchanger the future of CPU cooling?
An outfit called Sandia National Laboratories has developed something called an "Air Bearing Heat Exchanger" or as they like to call it, the Sandia Cooler and it's said to change the way we cool our CPUs. The name is a lot fancier than the technology itself, but it does have some merits compared to a regular heatsink/fan cooler.
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