Intel doubles notebook fan speed

Intel has invented a way to double the air flow generated by fans used to cool ultra-thin notebook computers. Demonstrating a prototype of the technology in public for the first time at its developer forum taking place this week in San Francisco, Intel says the upshot will be cooler computers - and they're not referring […]

Intel has invented a way to double the air flow generated by fans used to cool ultra-thin notebook computers. Demonstrating a prototype of the technology in public for the first time at its developer forum taking place this week in San Francisco, Intel says the upshot will be cooler computers - and they're not referring to style.

“This will have the same power consumption and noise level of current fans,” said Bradley Urban, an engineer inside Intel's thermal technology development unit.

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