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liquid-cooled processors


Liquid nitrogen-cooled Haswell chip hits 6.5GHz

The guys from Asrock show how a 3.5GHz Intel Core i7-4770K CPU can be overclocked to 6.5GHz using a subzero cooling setup at Computex.

By June 5, 2013


Confirmed, finally: D-Wave quantum computer is sometimes sluggish

The D-Wave Two quantum computer clocks in no faster than a standard PC, but those already well-known results still leave us scratching our heads over speed testing.

By June 19, 2014


IBM liquid-cooled supercomputer heats building

Supercomputer is designed to cut energy use by 40 percent by cooling each processor with circulating water. The waste heat is then used to warm the building.

By May 10, 2010


Cheap and easy CPU liquid cooling from CoolIT

PC cooling equipment manufacturer CoolIT announced its latest CPU cooler, a $79 completely maintenance-free, plug-and-play model called the Domino ALC.

By December 18, 2008


IBM data center gets deep energy retrofit

IBM's "green innovation" data center uses cutting-edge technologies, such as temperature sensors, and building designs aimed at cutting energy consumption.

By September 17, 2009


Water-cooled IBM supercomputer to heat buildings

IBM and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology are working on a water-cooled supercomputer whose surplus heat will be re-used to heat the university's buildings.

By June 24, 2009


Nvidia video: No quad-core chip needed for extreme PC

Nvidia builds extreme gaming PC without Intel quad-core processor.

By June 20, 2008


IBM to cool layered chips with water

A 3D processor structure that integrates hair-thin water pipes will provide a solution for heat management in high-processing computers, scientists at Big Blue's Zurich Research Lab say.

By June 5, 2008


IBM uses plumbing, watercoolers to chill supercomputer

Big Blue's new version of its high-end supercomputer, the Power 575, needs a cool drink of water to operate at peak performance.

By April 7, 2008