Graphene Enhances Efficiency of Heat Spreaders by 25 Percent

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[citation][nom]fil1p[/nom]this is "cool" , anyone else wondering how much lower their temps could be?[/citation]

Much lower if they simply (and finally) ditch idiotic silicon and other 'cheap' materials and just replace them with a combination of synthetic diamonds (which can be easily produced in abundance) and graphene.

As for 'cost'.
The only 'viable' reason for a computer made entirely of those 2 materials 'costing' an 'arm and a leg' would be simply because of the artificial price gauging by those who run the industry, simply because they can.
Aside from that, we can easily produce both in abundance with our technology.
Money stopped representing resources a long time ago.
Its pointless in our age when we can automate practically everything and produce abundance.

 
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