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« on: 13/09/2011 14:44:44 »
Michaela Livingstone asked the Naked Scientists:















   















Cooling helps computing efficiency, but cooling takes energy - are there other ways of increasing the efficiency to power ratio?































What do you think?
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« Reply #1 on: 30/03/2011 01:16:45 »
Michaela Livingstone asked the Naked Scientists:
   
Cooling helps computing efficiency, but cooling takes energy - are there other ways of increasing the efficiency to power ratio?

What do you think?

Anything that assits in the cooling would do that, using a computer table that has a better material to withdraw the heat away, not putting the computer near a heating system, opening a window. Sure there are lots of ways.
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