CoolIT Systems ECO A.L.C.Sep 9th, 2010 | By Steven
Dihydrogen monoxide, or water, is the most common resource here on our little blue sphere. Throughout history, humanity has found multiple uses for this resource; perhaps the most interesting is our flirtation with using water as a heat transfer medium. Water can receive and transfer an amazing amount of energy without changing in temperature, therefore making very efficient at transporting heat from one location to another.
CoolIT Systems has been working around the clock for years to take some of the danger and mystery out of this efficient cooling system. The dark art of liquid cooled computers has been reserved for the technological elite for the last twenty or so years, normally requiring significant knowledge, patience and perhaps a set of brass balls. Liquid cooling system failures can normally result in massive system damage, as not only do you have to deal with component overheating you also have to factor in a possible water leak. And we all know water + electronics = boom.
Arriving at my doorstep a few weeks ago, the ECO A.L.C. pledges to take some of the complication and danger out of liquid cooling by being totally self-contained. Follow along as we put this system through its paces, and just perhaps, shake up the norm.