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Europe's fastest supercomputer uses warm water cooling to conserve energy and heat buildings
by Dario Borghino
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26 June 2012
On 26 June 2012 Gizmag.com reported:
An innovative cooling design for SuperMUC, Europe's most powerful supercomputer, will use warm water instead of air to keep tens of thousands of microprocessors at the optimal operating speed and increase peak performance. The system, which is said to cool components 4,000 times more efficiently, will also warm the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre Campus that hosts it during the winter months, generating expected savings of up to US$1.25 million per year.
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