Microsoft is taking a new approach to keeping some of its servers cool. The company shared in a blog post that it’s dunking servers in boiling liquid to keep them from overheating.
The liquid inside the tanks at Microsoft’s datecenter near the Columbia River in Washington is a type of fluid that is harmless to electronic equipment. It boils at 122 degrees Fahrenheit, which is 90 degrees lower than what’s required to boil water.
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