A STUDY ON NORTH SOUTH BRIDGE AND PROCESSOR HEAT SINK

  • Mr. Gaurav Nandwani ,Dr. Nitin Tenguria

Abstract

t- The appropriate operating temperature of the
processor depend upon its manufacturer and processor
speed where the sensor is to be found and what programs
is currently running. In the present work the studies were
performed in order to optimize geometrical fin parameters
for natural convective heat transfer from continuous and
discontinuous heat sink installed at North and south bridge
and at CPU main processor in computer system and
discontinuous heat sink proposed for geometrical and cost
effective material optimization. In the present work it has
been observed that the interrupted fins exhibit a thermal
boundary layer interruption which helps increase the heat
transfer rate. The study aspires to deal with shortcoming by
investigating the effect of fin interruption on the efficiency
with which the heat is transferred from the heat sink to the
environment. In addition fin interruption leads to
noteworthy weight reduction which can lower the
manufacturing costs. In contrast adding up interruptions
that reduce the heat transfer rate which decrease the total
heat transfer rate from the surface area. These two
opposing effects clearly indicate that an optimum fin
interruption provide the maximum heat transfer rate from
naturally cooled heat sink.

Published
2017-10-14
How to Cite
,Dr. Nitin Tenguria, M. G. N. (2017). A STUDY ON NORTH SOUTH BRIDGE AND PROCESSOR HEAT SINK. IJOSTHE, 4(5). Retrieved from http://ijosthe.com/index.php/ojssports/article/view/61