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Water-cooled IBM Supercomputer available by 2010 - Water-cooled IBM Supercomputer available by 2010
Fri Nov 12, 2010 | 4:35P| PermaLink
The system is the product of an extended joint research project between ETH and IBM scientists, focused on chip-level water-cooling. It also encompasses a concept for “water-cooled data centers with direct energy re-use” proposed by scientists at IBM’s Zurich Lab.

"Although the idea of using warm water for cooling might sound strange, the testing results are quite promising. It was discovered that warm water allows the processors of the supercomputer to work properly well below the highest point of allowed operating temperature. According to the developers, the new system cools processors "4,000 times more efficiently than air", reports Gizmag. "

ICY DOCK MB662US-2S External RAID Dual Hard Drive Enclosure  - ICY DOCK MB662US-2S External RAID Dual Hard Drive Enclosure
Fri Mar 19, 2010 | 6:29P| PermaLink
“External hard drive enclosures are very common these days, especially with large file sizes of HD movies and other content. A single-drive external hard drive enclosure works for most people, but people who want to protect their data and want faster speeds opt for a dual hard drive enclosure with RAID capabilities. Today we will be looking at one such enclosure from ICY DOCK called the MB662US-2S, which features RAID 0, RAID 1, BIG, and JBOD configurations. Let’s see if this is the perfect external enclosure for you."

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