Cooligy unveils Active Micro-Channel Cooling technology

Yesterday Cooligy presented his Active Micro-Channel Cooling technology at Stanford University. Cooligy was founded in 2002 by three professors in Stanford University his mechanical engineering department.

The cooling method originally developed by a few mechanical engineers from Standford University will be able to cool chips like CPUs and graphics chips. It was succesfully modeled and protytyped in cooperation with companies like Intel, AMD, Apple and DARPA.

More information about this new cooling technique can be found below.

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