[Beowulf] 96 cores in silent and small enclosure

Prentice Bisbal prentice at ias.edu
Thu Apr 8 09:37:25 EDT 2010


It's only a problem if the temperatures are near the boiling temperature
of the liquid. The liquid can vaporize, creating a film of gas between
the coolant and object being cooled. Since gases have a low
conductivity, the gas acts as an insulator, retarding heat transfer.

Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
> then if that is a problem then how does water cooling work?
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