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Belits Dual AMD Opteron server with Thermosyphon Cooling System - Belits Dual AMD Opteron server with Thermosyphon Cooling System
Mon Jul 23, 2007 | 4:56A| PermaLink
Belits Computer Systems, Inc. has introduced its TD-44 S448664A-G2-001 server, a slim 1U dually AMD Opteron platform cooled by a passive, motor-less thermosyphon liquid cooling system (see here). A thermosyphon is a method of passive heat exchange based on natural convection which circulates liquid in a closed-loop circuit without requiring a conventional pump. For a look inside the box you can go here.

"Thermosyphons-based cooling systems are filled with coolant under vacuum, permanently sealed, and run under pressure slightly below or above the atmospheric pressure. Cooling systems have to remain sealed, and should not be cut, punctured or disassembled. Even though each of two cooling loops contains only up to 20ml (0.7 fl. oz) of coolant, it should be noted that coolant is flammable if exposed to air, and the system loses its cooling properties if coolant is released from it. Do not attempt to replace the coolant, modify or repair a broken cooling system."
Belits Computer Systems have applied for a patent on this server-based Thermosyphon technology; "Low-profile thermosyphon-based cooling system for computers and other electronic devices". As far as we are aware, this is one of the only commercially available servers with a thermosyphon liquid cooling system on the market, though not the first unit Frostytech has ever seen. Thermal Integration exhibited an almost identically arranged prototype server cooling system at Computex 2004.

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