Hi, I was wondering why a processor is producing more heat when you increase its clock frequency. My idea is that current is sent through the processor at the beginning of each clock cycle. This produces heat and after the current is gone (does it really disappear or is there always current in the circuit?), it needs some time to dissipate its heat. If the next clock signal arrives too soon, it may not have enough time to cool down so the processor is "hotter". I don't know if this is correct because it assumes that current is available in the circuit only for short amount of times (at each clock signal). Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks.