To give you an example, let's look at one of the containers we made that went to Brunei. The standard 40-foot ISO container was sectioned into four compartments. That makes it easy to maintain and access different components of the installed equipment.
So what is the best liquid for immersion cooling of computing equipment? Let's find out.
Is it so bad for the owners of "older" ASICs and there is no hope for efficient and profitable mining for them? Let's try to find out and for this purpose let's examine the economic models of both new ASICs and their "boosted" rivals.
Under the terms of the agreement, it is planned to use mining equipment on immersion cooling and convert the heat generated by it for heating residential buildings in the region, farms and greenhouses.
As for those who already own ASICs and video cards, there is also good news - their devices can be given a new lease of life throughout overclocking and extending their lifespan in a dust-free environment.
The more devices involved, the more electricity is required for the farm. The original solution implies the use of renewable energy sources. We will try to find out how real is it and analyze its demand among miners.