RuggedCool™ Technology

All General Micro Systems' products are equipped with GMS’ patent pending RuggedCool™ technology, which is the most unique cooling system in the industry. This one-of-a-kind cooling technology is the only cooling method that allows systems using Intel-based CPUs with a TjMax of 105°C to operate in an industrial temperature environment (-40°C to +85°C) at full operational load without throttling the CPU!

Instead of using thermal gap pads to conduct heat from the CPU to the system’s interface to the cold plate, as is done by all other rugged computer system manufacturers, GMS uses an exclusive technology that employs a corrugated alloy slug with an extremely low thermal resistance to act as a heat spreader at the processor die. Once the heat is spread over a much larger area, a liquid silver compound in a sealed chamber is used to transfer the heat from the spreader to the systems’ enclosure. This approach yields a temperature delta of less than 10°C from the CPU core to the cold plate, compared with more than 25°C for other manufacturers’ is a good place to show off who’s occupying the corner offices. Write a nice bio about each executive that includes what they do, how long they’ve been at it, and what got them to where they are.

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