[Beowulf] Servers Too Hot? Intel Recommends a Luxurious Oil Bath

Gregory Matthews greg.matthews at diamond.ac.uk
Wed Sep 5 08:31:11 PDT 2012


On 05/09/12 14:59, Ellis H. Wilson III wrote:
> They save money because a) they can chill things much more easily (less
> chillers), and moreover with a dense substance they can pipe it chilled
> much farther (distance to chiller is far less important), unlike they
> currently cannot with air.  So instead of a tall building with expensive

er.. don't the chillers actually chill water/glycol rather than air? 
This is what is piped around...


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