Liquid Cooling Economics: Reducing Costs by 1,400% on Connectors through “Negative Pressure” Technology

Forget expensive, specialized connectors! Chilldyne’s negative pressure technology enables fail-safe, leak-proof liquid cooling solutions that save money. This is by preventing downtime and using generic fluid connectors for major savings. (Generic parts are possible because leaks or broken connectors do not cause downtime on other servers.) If you have a 1,000-server cluster with 2 connector…

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Drafting the Perfect Liquid Cooling RFP: 3 Variables You Can’t Ignore

Drafting the Perfect Liquid Cooling RFP: 3 Variables You Can't Ignore

Liquid cooling offers an efficient solution for high-powered computing systems, outperforming traditional air cooling or immersion cooling in heat management. As data centers’ power escalates, so do the thermal challenges they face. If you’re contemplating liquid cooling for your high-performance computing (HPC) environments, crafting a comprehensive Request for Proposal (RFP) is crucial. This process goes…

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4 Critical Insights for Ordering Data Center Liquid Cooling Systems

Specific Hardware: Understanding Chip Temperature and Facility Water Temperature Requesting a quote for cooling a specific set of hardware is essential to optimize your total cost of ownership (TCO). Lately, we’ve seen numerous liquid cooling quote requests that vaguely specify kW per rack or request a standalone CDU quote. Without details of the servers or…

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Why is Thermal Resistance Important in Data Center Cooling?

Before we discuss why thermal resistance is important in data center cooling, we probably need to explain what it is. Thermal resistance is defined as the CPU temperature rise over the incoming water or air temperature, divided by the chip power. This is reported as oC/watt and is a measure of a cooling system’s ability…

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Why are Data Center Operators Cautious About Liquid Cooling?

Not long ago, rack power requirements were less than 20 kW. Today it’s not uncommon to have racks in the 30 kW to 40 kW range. We even have 10 kW servers, like the DGX-H100! Faster and more powerful CPUs and GPUs are pushing the limits of air-cooled data centers and will soon exceed those…

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