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+ - Thermal Nanotape Promises Cooler, Healthier Chips->

Submitted by Blacklaw
Blacklaw (311963) writes "A team of researchers comprised of members from the Semiconductor Research Corporation and Stanford University has developed a new thermal nanotape which it claims will lead to chips that run cooler and last longer.
The thermal nanotape, constructed of binder materials surrounding carbon nanotubes, promises to lead to the creation of semiconductors — including CPUs and GPUs — that don't suffer from the rigours of frequent temperature changes, known as thermal cycling."

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