Heat Dissipation

  • (noun): Dissipation of heat.

Some articles on heat, heat dissipation, dissipation:

Central Processing Unit - Design and Implementation - Clock Rate
... as clock rates increase dramatically is the amount of heat that is dissipated by the CPU ... Therefore, as clock rate increases, so does heat dissipation, causing the CPU to require more effective cooling solutions ... marked advantages in power consumption and heat dissipation in comparison with similar synchronous designs ...
LGA 775 - Improvements in Heat Dissipation
... is completely level, giving the CPU's upper surface optimal contact with the heat sink or cold-water block fixed onto the top of the CPU to carry away the heat generated by ... This socket also introduces a new method of connecting the heat dissipation interface to the chip surface and motherboard ... With LGA 775, the heat dissipation interface is connected directly to the motherboard on four points, compared with the two connections of the Socket 370 ...
Computer Cooling - Undervolting - Integrated Chip Cooling Techniques
... attach their “cooling” component to the outside of the computer chip, or via IHS and/or heat sinks ... The heat can be more efficiently and quickly removed by directly cooling the local hot spots ... At these locations, power dissipation of over 300W/cm2 (typical CPU are less than 100W/cm2, although future systems are expected to exceed 1000W/cm2 ) can occur ...

Famous quotes containing the words dissipation and/or heat:

    Life is hard, we say. An oyster’s life is worse. She lives motionless, soundless, her own cold ugly shape her only dissipation ...
    M.F.K. Fisher (b. 1908)

    Glories, like glow-worms, afar off shine bright,
    But looked to near, have neither heat nor light.
    John Webster (1580–1625)