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Harshavardhan Kada
Collaborizm Award Winner for Inspiring Project Leader of the Week (Project Leader)
 · BengaluruIndia
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hii guys,

i am working on super computers.
the main draw back of super computers is if we think a huge computer first thing is “power consumption” and next comes “cooling each processor” so every thing works effectively.
if we think of a super computer which is of a building size then cooling needs to be effectively done.
is there any idea to overcome this problems??

you can check out my project in the link
https://www.collaborizm.com/project/41jCtxv0x

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Alexander Andrews
Manufactures using IOT
 · HyderabadIndia
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In July 2012, engineers at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (Leibniz-Rechenzentrum, or LRZ, in German) debuted their new SuperMUC supercomputer, which uses water-cooled servers to approach performance levels of up to three petaflops, or basically the work of more than 110,000 personal computers. While SuperMUC’s heat management system – which sits on top of the mainframe, carrying water though microchannels on the hardware itself – is called “hot water” cooling, it’s kind of a misnomer.The system was inspired by the way blood and water move through our bodies, and keeps the machine at about 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit). The reason engineers stress the hot water aspect of this system – which improves performance while shrinking the system by 10 times and using 40 percent less energy – is to emphasize the difference from standard air-cooling and the way we usually think of fluid coolants

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Harshavardhan Kada
Collaborizm Award Winner for Inspiring Project Leader of the Week (Project Leader)
 · BengaluruIndia
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i got you. the processors are directly feed with cool water like liquid cooling. now all processors are using this cooling systems. we can use this for cooling the whole super computers? i mean super computers got around 10000 to 15000 core processors.

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Alexander Andrews
Manufactures using IOT
 · HyderabadIndia
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I think you should take a look at the AQUASAR built by IBM in 2010. It has all the solutions to the problems you’ve mentioned above.

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Harshavardhan Kada
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 · BengaluruIndia
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i saw about ibm watson. it is the worlds first super computer which can help humans answer questions in normal language. thanks for helping me. catch you later.

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Bi Sh
Design Invention Research
 · KathmanduNepal
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#BrainStorming #Idea
@Harshavardhan Kada… about efficient cooling Nano-tech circuit designs might come handy.
Whether we use Graphene or Silicon… properly designed nano-structured devices might help cool it better. Just brain storming. #Molecular #Electronic #Devices

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