[rescue] fans fans fans...
kloch at gurunet.net
Fri Jun 21 12:49:32 CDT 2002
Bill Bradford wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 21, 2002 at 08:45:32AM -0700, Fogg, James wrote:
>>Sounds like water cooling (common in previous generation mainframes, still
>>used some). It wasn't usually water, it was glycol or something else to
>>prevent corrosion, and it was often part of the facility air conditioning
>>system (in IBM/Liebert land anyways). Even with cooling they didn't make the
>>liquid cold, they usually ran it at 70+ degrees to avoid condensation. I
>>don't understand PC-modders (identifiable by the neon lights in their custom
>>painted computers) who use electro-thermo thingys or refridgeration for
>>cooling as that would cause condensation water drips.
> Speaking of which, anybody recommend a good book or three for someone who
> wants to learn about HVAC?
"Butt-Crack Display for Dummies"
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