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June 3rd, 2004
Small tech turns on the big chill for overheated chips
HP, Intel and a handful of startups are among those working feverishly to keep ever-more-powerful server processors from becoming too hot to handle. While the problem is not new, time has become of the essence in solving it, as chips just one-eighth-inch square soon will emit as much heat as a 100-watt light bulb, HP says.
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