IT Glossary

Direct Chip Cooling

Direct chip cooling uses liquid or phase-change heat-transfer mechanisms operating on, or thermally close to, the exposed rear surface of the silicon of the chip. This approach provides maximum power and heat dissipation at a minimum operating temperature. Under operating conditions, a processor can operate significantly faster than a processor cooled by other traditional and conventional means.

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