By FlameIT on December 10, 2022

Immersion cooling is a method of cooling computer components by submerging them in a dielectric fluid. This fluid is a non-conductive liquid such. The fluid is able to absorb and dissipate heat from the components, allowing them to operate at lower temperatures than air cooling. This method of cooling is often used in high-performance computing applications where heat dissipation is a major concern.

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