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Old 11th Jan 2013, 12:05   #1
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GE looks to TI for DCJ cooling system production

Companies unite for ultra-thin cooling tech.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...11/ge-ti-dcj/1
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Old 11th Jan 2013, 19:07   #2
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Promising, let's see how the story unfolds.
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Old 11th Jan 2013, 22:58   #3
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Is there any issue with all the microvibrations these things will generate. Might be ok with a few in a desktop case, but I cant imagine a server rack stuffed full of them will respond too well. Still, with enough smartfans running you could possible get them to play tunes!??
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There are techniques to nullify resonance if the resonant frequency of seperate components is kept at a sufficient distance from the oscillation frequency of the piezzo-element. (100Hz) A lot of experience in this field is with high-performance industrial machines such as... trains!
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