liquid cooling

Josip Loncaric josip at icase.edu
Mon Jun 18 17:20:48 EDT 2001


Tom's Hardware idea of a water cooled CPU:

http://www4.tomshardware.com/cpu/01q2/010528/index.html

Interesting, although they missed the most obvious benefit of today's
hot CPUs: waste heat could be used to keep your coffee warm.  Now, if
only someone would start building P4 systems with built-in coffee
warmers...

Sincerely,
Josip

P.S.  Dual use applications will grow.  Combining the traditional and
the computing meanings of the word 'architect', IBM's Blue Gene
architects envision an indoor cascading waterfall of chilled water to
cool their million-processor machine.  IBM'ers will be able to relax
with the pleasant sound of gurgling water while they compute...

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