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Thermal management is a crucial factor in the development of electronic devices and systems. Electronic components generate heat that must be effectively dissipated to ensure the reliability, lifespan, and performance of the components. In summary, the importance of thermal management can be represented in four points:

Reliability is of great importance, as overheating of electronic components can lead to malfunction and failure. Effective heat dissipation improves reliability and reduces downtime.

Longer component lifespan is also an important factor. If components are exposed to high temperatures for extended periods, it can reduce their lifespan. Effective heat dissipation prolongs component lifespan.

The performance of electronic components can also be affected when they are overheated. Effective heat dissipation improves performance and ensures that the components achieve their full potential.

Energy efficiency is another important factor that effective heat dissipation can improve by increasing the efficiency of heat dissipation and reducing energy consumption.

Thermal management is a crucial factor in the development of reliable, durable, and high-performance electronic devices and systems. As Thermal Hero, we work closely with our partners and customers to develop efficient and contemporary solutions for heat dissipation. Through our research and development of innovative and sustainable solutions, we contribute to addressing the challenges of heat dissipation in the computer and electronics industry and creating a better future.

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Thermal Interface Material


is a material used to fill the microscopic gaps between two surfaces (heater and heatsink) in order to improve thermal transfer between them. It is commonly used in electronic devices such as CPUs, GPUs, and power electronics to improve the heat dissipation efficiency. These gaps can inhibit efficient heat transfer and create thermal resistance, resulting in increased operating temperatures and potential performance degradation.

TIMs come in various forms such as thermal pads, thermal paste, and phase change materials. Overall, the choice of TIM depends on the specific application and the heat transfer requirements. A high-performance CPU, for example, may require a TIM with excellent thermal conductivity to ensure optimal cooling. The choice of TIM depends on the application and the heat transfer requirements.