[Beowulf] 96 cores in silent and small enclosure

Jack Carrozzo jack at crepinc.com
Wed Apr 7 18:04:14 EDT 2010


Water cooling for computers just uses the water to suck away heat, not
the boiling business (which is, however, very smart). A block from the
processor has a lot of surface area through which the water flows, so
the temperature differential between the water and the block is small
compared to other applications of liquid cooling. Hence no issues.

-Jack Carrozzo

On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 3:57 PM, Jonathan Aquilina
<eagles051387 at gmail.com> wrote:
> then if that is a problem then how does water cooling work?
>
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