Immersion cooling to offset data centers’ massive power demands gains a big booster in Microsoft

Found 10 days ago at TechCrunch

Microsoft is using a liquid it developed in house thats engineered to boil at 122 degrees Fahrenheit lower than the boiling point of water to act as a heat sink, reducing the temperature inside the servers so they can operate at full power without any risks from overheating. The vapor from the boiling fluid is converted back into a liquid through contact with a cooled condenser in the lid of the...

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