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Micro-channel liquid cooling system will save processors from overheating

Georgia Institute of Technology Developed New Liquid Cooling Method. It is built on the use of microscopic channels in the back of high-performance microcircuits. The method will help to increase the density of placement of elements, improve temperature control and increase the reliability of devices.

The technology is based on the integration of polymer channels into the microcircuit substrate. Integration is carried out during an automated production process. The applied low-temperature technology is compatible with the usual production process of microelectronic devices and ensures the formation of microchannels of the cooling system without damage to the electronic part of the product.

The advantages of the new cooling system are obvious: the bottleneck is eliminated ? poor thermal contact between the cooling system and the microcircuit. Essentially, the liquid flows inside the microcircuit. The system is reportedly compatible with existing chip packages.

Meanwhile, as the power of integrated circuits increases, the problem of effective cooling rises to its full extent. Conventional cooling methods, the efficiency of which depends on the properties of the radiator and the quality of thermal contact between it and the microcircuit, cannot quite satisfy the needs of even modern systems, let alone future ones. A critical threshold for them may be the introduction of three-dimensional multichip modules, in which the density of the dissipated power is especially high (the amount of heat released per unit volume).

Currently, several liquid cooling systems are already in the commercialization or research phase, but the liquid in these projects is supplied either through separate cooling modules attached to the integrated circuits from the outside, or through channels attached to the substrate using high temperature methods. Both approaches have drawbacks. In the first case ? this is a relatively low efficiency, and in the second ? the risk of damage to the microcircuit during the channel attachment process, which occurs at high temperatures.

The new approach makes it easy to fabricate channels directly in integrated circuits using a CMOS-compatible process at temperatures below +260?C.

In the course of work, in addition to cooling channels in the microcircuits, the researchers also formed holes with which the chip system connects to the holes of the channels embedded in the printed circuit board. This has been shown to be possible using an existing automated process known as flip-chip bonding.

Deionized water can be used as a refrigerant in the system. Autonomous cooling systems could use microscopic pumps about a centimeter in size to transfer refrigerant, and centralized circulation systems could be used for more complex equipment. Microchannels are designed for a pressure of about two atmospheres (approximately the same pressure is the air in the tires of a car).

Calculations show that the system is able to remove about 100 watts of energy from one square centimeter of the surface. This value depends on the flow rate of the refrigerant and its pressure. In addition, the smaller the diameter of the microchannels, the more efficient heat transfer will be.

Since the cost of the system is still high, it is expected that the technology will first find application in powerful processors. For practical implementation, additional efforts are required: so far, the researchers have managed to ensure trouble-free circulation of the refrigerant for several hours.

Source: Georgia Institute of Technology