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Liquid cooling comes to on die or inside chip? Fun bit to read for liquid cooling enthusiasts

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02503-1

Thought this might be a fun read for either enterpize people or watercooling enthusiasts.

For me I just love seeing new tech :nerd_face:

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I bet you have to be super picky about the coolant and changing it more often? You won’t be able to just change out a plugged water block…

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This is probably true, and I doubt you’ll be able to disassemble the chips in any meaningful way for cleaning, but it’s fun to see some of these ideas as they develop!

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