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Re: Hot in here, isn't it? Try water-cooled.


How about the latest brand new technology to
cool down Intel chips?  ==water-cooled==

-- Charly


Posted November 13, 2001 09:25 Pacific Time

LAS VEGAS -- IBM here on Tuesday gave Comdex goers a
look at some of its advanced processor cooling, I/O
and server chipset technology by pre-announcing a
water-cooled xSeries server set to launch next month.

In doing so, Big Blue provided a glimpse of how it
intends to package heat-intensive 64-bit Intel
McKinley processors when they begin to arrive next
year. IBM's xSeries servers are the company's
Intel-based servers.

For the full story:

"If you wanna end the war and stuff you gotta
sing loud." -- Arlo Guthrie

For their next act, they'll no doubt be buying a firewall running under NT,
which makes about as much sense as building a prison out of meringue.  --

Charly Jones
253 265-6244
Gig Harbor
Washington USA

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>Interesting question just come up for me to answer -
>What is the heat output of a 720 AS/400, with expansion rack and 3590 tape
>drive.  Throw in a 3197 terminal too!
>(incidently, where would I find this sort of information if I need it
>again in the future?)
>Steven Donnellan
>AS/400 Systems Manager
>IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Professional Operator
>Simon Jersey Ltd
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