Immersion cooling submerges servers in a tank filled with liquid coolant, instead of using cold air.
This technology involves the reduction of heat through the use of a dielectric (not conductable) liquid with a high coefficient of heat rejection and low thermal resistance which absorbs and transfers the heat source and thus cool the servers down.
TWO WAYS OF IMMERSION COOLING
The liquid (coolant) remains in liquid state, and is pumped by the cooling distribution unit and cooled by the heat exchanger.
The liquid boils to vapor, and is then turned back into liquid by condenser coils.
- Heat dissipation efficiency
it is has a maximum efficiency because all of the heat is removed from the IT and transferred directly to the cooling liquid
- Optimizing energy efficiency ratio
- Low noise - a quieter mining center
- Less space required
Reducing investment and operating costs
- Better operating conditions lead to more profits