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Cooling tech anticipates CPU heat production

Posted: 15 Jan 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:thermal management  liquid cooling  predictive cooling  CoolIT  MTEC 

CoolIT Systems Inc. has debuted its predictive cooling technology that allows computers to anticipate heat production from the CPU and adjust cooling power accordingly. The MTEC Control Centre module with "Predictive Cooling" works with nearly any of the company's MTEC Chilling solutions.

The MTEC Control Centre module consists of a USB-connected control board that allows software to dynamically control the cooling power and fan speeds of most MTEC Chilling solutions, depending on the preference of the end user. The Predictive Cooling technology works with several liquid cooling systems including the new Boreas 12-Thermoelectric Cooler (TEC) chiller. While other cooling solutions are restricted to a single processor, the Boreas all-in-one solution applies the company's MTEC technology to chill the CPU, GPU and chipsets, said the company.

The company has also introduced the CoolIT Systems RAM Fan and PCI Cooling Booster, which provide direct air flow to cool RAM, video cards and other heat sensitive components on the motherboard such as chipsets and voltage regulators.

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Gina Roos
eeProductCenter




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