Nvidia Unveils Liquid-Cooled Graphics Chip for Data Centres

Nvidia Unveils Liquid-Cooled Graphics Chip for Data Centres

Nvidia Corp. has announced a new liquid-cooled version of its A100 graphics processing unit, which can help data centres save energy and lower their carbon impact.

The GPU made its premiere at Computex 2022 in Taipei, Taiwan, on Tuesday morning. Nvidia also revealed details about a variety of planned partner-developed hardware devices that will include its Grace CPU Superchip, Grace Hopper Superchip, and Jetson AGX Orion products during the event. Nvidia unveiled a new liquid-cooled version of the A100 today, promising improved efficiency.

According to Nvidia, the liquid-cooled version can deliver the same performance as the air-cooled version while using 30% less power. More than 30 hardware partners are expected to release products based on the Jetson AGX Orin, according to Nvidia.

Read More: https://siliconangle.com/2022/05/24/nvidia-debuts-liquid-cooled-gpu-data-centers/

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