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Liquid Submersion Blade Server - Liquid Submersion Blade Server
Tue Jun 08, 2010 | 12:58P| PermaLink

The initial Liquid Blade™ server platform, which is powered by two Intel® 5500 or 5600 series Xeon® processors running on an Intel® S5500HV reference motherboard, addresses several major datacenter challenges, including: power, cooling and space. Hardcore Computer’s patented technology submerges all of the heat-producing components of the Liquid Blade™; eliminating the greatest barrier of performance and reliability in electronics — heat.

Hardcore’s® Core Coolant™ is 1350 times better than air at heat removal by volume. Not only does this help cool components better, Liquid Blade™ technology increases compute density because far less space is required between components with liquid cooling than air and much smaller chassis sizes are possible. With all the heat being rejected though liquid, there is no longer a need for fans on the rack level. With little heat escaping into the datacenter, the need for air conditioning and air moving equipment is minimized. The net result is a much smaller physical and carbon footprint for the datacenter. As an added benefit, no need for special fire protection systems to cover the servers. This because all of the blade components are submerged so there is no oxygen exposure. Without oxygen there is no potential for sustainable fire."


Intel Core i7 950 Processor - Intel Core i7 950 Processor
Thu Jun 04, 2009 | 5:52P| PermaLink
"We hadn't planned to use the old test method anymore, but reality made us reconsider our decision. We got ourselves an engineering sample of a new Core i7 processor, and we decided to test it with our time-proven method to be able to compare it with other CPUs. And as soon as we adopt the new test procedure, our first step will be to retest this processor and other models from this and other series. Now what's so interesting about the Core i7 950?"

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