Supercomputer Submersion Cutting Energy Bills

Supercomputer Submersion Cutting Energy Bills

Computer engineers are experimenting with submerging supercomputers into vats of liquid in a bid to prevent overheating, reports The New York Times. So called submersion cooling could save one of the biggest headaches facing the IT sector:  how to trim air conditioning and heating costs. … Read more…

Liquid-Cooled Server Cuts Energy Consumption Up to 97 Percent

Liquid-Cooled Server Cuts Energy Consumption Up to 97 Percent

A liquid-cooled computer server being tested at the University of Leeds could cuts energy consumption for cooling by between 80-97 percent, according to UK company Iceotope, which designed and built the server.

While most computers use air to cool their electronics, all of the components in the Iceotope server (pictured) are completely immersed in liquid.

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