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June 9th, 2010

Kingmax unveils invisible heat sinks

Abstract:
Kingmax has announced its latest - and rather bizarre - innovation in memory chips: the invisible heat sink.

The company's latest memory products come with something Kingmax is calling a "Nano Thermal Dissipation Technology" layer - which it claims can "increase the release of radiant heat."

Although the company's press release is a little light on technical details, the technology apparently takes the form of a "nano-size silicon compound [that] fills up the invisible vacant space of the smooth surface to remove the surface heat more quickly[, acting] like a sponge [to] pull the heat and release into the air at a faster rate" than an untreated chip.

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