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Jaro unveils embedded "skive" cooler

08 Mar 2013

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Jaro Skive Cooler

Cooling technology company Jaro Thermal had embedded a 50x50x13mm fan inside of a skived-copper-fin heatsink.

Low-profile applications will benefit from the height reduction provided by the "skive" cooler. The dense arrangement of thin copper fins offers great thermal conductivity, making the cooler ideal for applications like network interface cards, PCI express, video graphic cards and IC spot cooling. Fin thickness and pitch are customisable.

For more information, visit Jaro Thermal.

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