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Liquid cooling for data centre

To win the density race, liquid cooling is the only way

Current and expected CPU and GPU thermal design power increase continuously. Air cooling systems easily reject rack densities up to 40 kW. 2021 ASHRAE guidelines for 50kW+ force air temperature to be so low that is not sustainable anymore. Liquid cooling is the only viable solution for high densities.
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The AI disruption: Challenges and guidance for data centre design

AI is becoming a larger percentage of data centre workloads. Consider the impact of densities on the design and management of AI data centres.
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1. What is liquid cooling for data centres?

Liquid cooling for data centres is a solution that introduces a liquid, typically water, to cool the electronic components of servers and other computing equipment. Because of much better heat dissipation, it is a superior method for air cooling.

Liquid cooling is possible through direct-to-chip liquid cooling. With this method, water circulates directly over the heat-producing components. Another option is immersion cooling, which involves submerging the entire server in a non-conductive liquid.

2. What are the benefits of liquid-cooled servers?

One of the most important benefits is increased efficiency and reduced energy costs compared to traditional air-cooled systems. Another important thing is the possibility of introducing higher-density computing. As the removal of heat is more efficient, it leads to potential cost savings in terms of physical space and hardware.

3. How can you apply immersive cooling to your business?

First, it's crucial to consider the specific needs of your data centre. Immersion cooling can be a good option for high-performance computing applications where the removal of heat is critical. For other industries, the direct-to-chip method might be a better solution. It's also important to consider the initial cost of the equipment and any ongoing maintenance requirements.

Overall, immersion cooling can be a useful tool in optimising the performance and efficiency of data centre operations. But to make sure you apply the appropriate type of cooling system to your needs, we recommend contacting our experts. They will provide you with additional data regarding the installation process, its costs, and all the necessary information.