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Microsoft Explores Using Liquids to Cool AI Chips

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Microsoft Unveils Its First Custom-Designed AI, Cloud Chips - Bloomberg
  1. Semiconductors in nanometer-scale are crucial for AI data centers but require efficient cooling systems to prevent overheating.
  2. Fans play a vital role in maintaining the required cooling in these centers, preventing damage to advanced chips.
  3. Microsoft’s Maia 100 chip, aimed at competing with Nvidia’s top products for AI, is designed to be connected to a “cold plate” kept cool by liquid circulation.
  4. The use of cold plates represents an interim step toward more advanced cooling methods, potentially leading to full-immersion cooling, where servers operate within tanks of specialized liquid.
  5. Full-immersion cooling, if adopted, offers a highly efficient alternative to traditional air-based cooling systems, ensuring optimal chip performance in data centers.

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