Building a heat machine

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 15, 2005 - 03:19 PM |

Procooling gives you a glimpse into the creation of a heat testing rig.  See how you build a die simulator, and learn about heat transferance at the same time.

'What it comes down to is that we are perhaps moving out of a period where die simulator

advantages far outweighed their drawbacks into a time where the complexity of CPUs as heat sources

may preclude simulating them with simple copper dies. In other words, to do good quality die

simulator testing we will also have to do good CPU-based testing if we hope to make the high

resolution simulator results relevant to real world CPU cooling.'

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