Data Centers Will Soon Be Able To Use Nvidia’s Liquid-Cooled GPU

Nvidia has introduced a new strategy, known as liquid-cooled graphics cards, with the goal of lowering the amount of energy that is consumed by data centers while training AI models or processing huge amounts of data.

At Computex, the firm made the announcement that it will be releasing a liquid-cooled variant of its A100 compute card.

The company claims that this variant will consume thirty percent less power than the air-cooled variant did.