The fan or cooler of the PC with which the equipment is kept cool is one of the most important pieces for the operation of electronic devices. As time progresses, they have managed to reduce its size so that it takes up less space and continues to do its job. However, there is a new technology that if it can be installed it will completely revolutionize the computer industry.
Electronic equipment without good cooling is bound to break down soon or force you to stop work while it returns to its ideal temperature. It happened, in addition to many computers, on different Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
The problem in many cases remains that manufacturers want more space for disks and processors that add power. So, the PC fan emerges as a stumbling block for developers.
According to what the portal reviews hardzone, there is a device that comes in the form of a chip, which arrives with the aim of maintaining stable temperatures. The space they occupy is minimal and, if their use is confirmed, it will be a revolution in the industry.
AirJet from Frore Systems is one of the best core tech products I’ve seen yet at #CES2023.
-2x perf in fanless notebook
-1.5X perf in notebook with 2 fans
-remove fans from fan filled notebook
-Mini removes 5.25W of heat, 21 dBA, 10x back pressure, consumes 1W power pic.twitter.com/I8BOVpOT8F
—Patrick Moorhead (@PatrickMoorhead) January 6, 2023
The chips that cool the PC
Hard Zone reports that the company that makes them is called Frore Systems. They have already created a couple of chips that, in principle, would work for notebooks or laptops. they called them Airjet Mini and Airjet Pro and they measure just 2.8 millimeters thick.
Frore Systems says that these little gadgets do the same job as the fan without making noise and, obviously, without taking up space in the PC’s architecture.
They work through “a mechanism based on vibrating membranes placed on the copper heatsink in the laptop,” Hard Zone said. The results of the first tests show that it generates a pressure of 1750 Pa, this is nine times greater than what a fan does.
While in noise it emits about 29 decibels, much less than the 41 dB that notebook coolers make. They anticipate that Frore Systems executives have already established communication with the people of Intel to begin manufacturing some laptops with these mechanisms to begin installing them in the market.