Fly “CPU Cooler” to the Moon!

Ummm… yes, there is a propeller but...

Hiroshi Fukami
Hiroshi Fukami

Writer / Editor

He works as a freelance writer and editor. His diverse body of work is covered in From the Cradle to the Grave (Yurikago kara Hakaba Made). He enjoys watching J League soccer, baseball, mixed martial arts, and professional wrestling. He also enjoys video games, especially first person shooters, open-world role playing games, and fighting games. His current favorite is Ingress.

When a computer specs becomes really high, the CPU overheats and gets really hot. When you turn on the computer, there’s that enormous sound, that almost sounds like a hovercraft, but it’s the small fan that is cooling the CPU.


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If this flying CPU cooler evolves, maybe there will be a time when people can use the supercomputer in the air. For what reason? Hmmm I can’t think of one.


Translated by Yuki Mat.


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