Big data centers are often cooled by air, and large HVAC/air-conditioning machines. The ones near the Arctic Circle can rely on the outside air to help. If a center invests properly, especially with a specific design and layout in mind, then using water cooling is another investment that can be made. If a designer really wants to go off the deep end, then full immersion liquid cooling is a possibility.
Immersive liquid cooling is ultimately not that new, and is based on non-conductive liquids. It allows for the full system to be cooled: all of the components, all of the time, and removes the need for large cooling apparatus, and encourages energy recycling, which is a major metric for data center owners. For data centers...
With Comdex Fall 2000 just wrapping up, we set out inform those who were not able
to attend this year's event. Just as there is a bit for everyone...
Matthew Witheiler on 11/19/2000
With the fall 2000 installment of Intel's Developer Conference coming to an end last week, it is time to summarize
what we saw not only from Intel but from...
Matthew Witheiler on 8/30/2000
With the second day of Intel's Developer Forum coming to a close, let's take a look and see just what big plans Intel has for some of their new technologies.
Matthew Witheiler on 8/23/2000
Intel's Developer Forum, known to the rest of the computer loving world as IDF, kicked off today with some interesting news and demonstrations. Check out this review to...
Matthew Witheiler on 8/22/2000
With our third day of coverage we bring you a quick look at upcoming products from Gigabyte, Iwill, MSI and Soyo. This time around we don't only take...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/15/2000
Continuing our Computex coverage we have motherboards from ABIT, ASUS, AOpen, Chaintech and FIC. The boards we looked at ranged from dual processor boards based on the Apollo...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/14/2000
Our recent visit to Computex left us with quite a bit of information to write about, some of the most important and interesting lying in the current state of...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/12/2000
Another year, another E3. For those of you who are unfamiliar with E3, it stands for Electronic Entertainment Expo. Every year, the computer entertainment industry gathers for a ho-down...
Jason Clark on 5/19/2000
In our final IDF related article we explore Intel's Willamette on a much deeper level as well as talk about the next big overclockers, the mobile Celerons vs mobile...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/2/2000
In the last part of our IDF coverage, we take a look at Intel's memory roadmap, concept PC's, low profile PCI/AGP, CNR, and throw in some pics of Itanium...
Mike Andrawes on 2/29/2000
Aside from the Willamette, Intel's biggest focus right now is the release of the first IA-64 processor, the Itanium. While there is quite a bit of information available...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/17/2000
Willamette stole the show on Day 1 of Intel's Developer Forum, but there was a lot more going on beyond just CPU's. Intel is involved in a number...
Mike Andrawes on 2/16/2000
Day one of Intel's Developer Forum has left us with a very interesting perspective on the next year's worth of CPUs from Intel. Intel demonstrated a brand new...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/15/2000
What's new on the floor of Comdex '99 in terms of audio? Our own Mike Andrawes explains its all.
Mike Andrawes on 11/30/1999
Our Comdex 2000 coverage continues, this time with information about the audio world.
Jason Clark on 11/19/1999
What's AMD got planned for the year 2000? Read on as they told us everything at this year's Fall Comdex in Las Vegas.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/19/1999
From the floor of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) we bring you as close as you can possibly get to actually being at the show.
Mike Andrawes on 5/18/1999
AnandTech pays a visit to the Fall Comdex in Las Vegas.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/21/1998