Now the impact of high-performance CPU processor a bottleneck to heat dissipation, the current 8 core and above CPU under high load heat ingress serious, not water cooling is difficult to control. Is there no cure? MSI is developing a new CPU heat sink that can use the CPU’s heat-driven fan to dissipate heat to the CPU.
Doesn’t that sound like a set? Yes, the principle of this thermal technology is not complicated, and this is the source of the famous Stirling engine, which physicist Robart Stirling invented in 1816, also known as a hot air machine, because it is cooled, compressed, heat-absorbing, A cycle that expands into a cycle to output power.
Media reported that MSI has developed a new CPU heat sink based on this principle, it can use the CPU generated heat to drive, this heat will make the piston air expand, and then hot air can push the fan, the fan then give the heat sink heat, so cycle up.
MsI says the radiator can convert more than 70 percent of its heat to power, without the need for electricity to drive the fan.
But the radiator is also too much to run for long (those who have studied high school physics should know), because the heat generated by the CPU can only drive the fan to work.
MSI has already built a model of the new radiator, which is expected to be unveiled at next week’s CeBIT show in Hannover, Germany.