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    A Silicon Valley startup has developed a miniature water-cooling system for computer chips that functions much like a radiator in a car.

    Cooligy, a company launched by three Stanford University mechanical engineering professors, said its Active Micro-Channel Cooling system is based on a thin patch of silicon with dozens of tiny pipes called microchannels etched into it.

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    I got an article sitting right here in Electron Design (Sept.) about that.

    Looks like it will cost about $30 when it hits the streets according to the article. Can't wait to get one!

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    This should make chips much faster than ever thought.

    carneol

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