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Windows 7: Intel Experiments with Oil Immersion Cooling Technology

04 Sep 2012   #1
Brink

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Intel Experiments with Oil Immersion Cooling Technology

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Dipping PC parts into a vat of oil sounds scary at first, but it's actually a great way to cool components, and surprisingly safe to boot. You may recall that back in 2008, we played with an oil immersed system from Hardcore PC, and while the idea hasn't quite gone mainstream, it's making headway. Puget Systems sells a DIY oil kit (which we highlighted in 2010), and now Intel is experimenting with the idea, albeit on the server side.
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04 Sep 2012   #2
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Long time ago I looked into oil bath cooling. The thing that kind of put in the back burners is maintenance. If you wanted to tinker or do any kind of repair or replace anything it would be a mess. The mother board I use in this rig took two RMA's to get a good one. Other than the extra time, Asus took care of the problem. I don't think they would of if I was using a oil bath.
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