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February 17, 2024, 12:51:48 PM
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Pros of FogHashing C6 Immersion Cooling Tank:

-Enhanced Cooling Efficiency: The C6 Tank supports 6 ASIC miners and is engineered for exceptional cooling performance, capable of handling 21kW at 38°C, 24kW at 35°C, and 28kW at 33°C. This advanced cooling capability ensures that even when miners are overclocked to their maximum capacities, they remain at an optimal operating temperature of 55°C, identical to the oil temperature within the tank.

-Noise Reduction: Immersion cooling significantly reduces the noise generated by ASIC miners, making it an ideal solution for setups located in noise-sensitive areas.

-Effortless Deployment: The C6 Tank boasts a streamlined design that combines a single tank with a dry cooler, eliminating the need for secondary heat exchange methods and making installation straightforward with just tubing and wiring required.

-Intelligent Operation: Equipped with built-in EC motors, the system intelligently adapts fan speed based on ambient temperature changes, optimizing energy efficiency without manual intervention.

Cons of FogHashing C6 Immersion Cooling Tank:

-Initial Setup Cost: While immersion cooling offers significant operational benefits, the initial investment can be substantial. The cost for the C6 Tank with a dry cooler starts at $2,700, and additional components like PDUs and coolant can increase this cost further.

-Maintenance and Operational Complexity: Immersion cooling systems require maintenance of the cooling fluid and regular checks to ensure the integrity of the system. This might introduce additional operational complexity compared to traditional air-cooled systems.

-Heat Extraction and Energy Consumption: Though immersion cooling is efficient, extracting the heat from the oil and dispersing it, especially in warmer climates, can be challenging. Your setup, which includes an oil-to-water heat exchanger, also incurs additional energy costs, approximately 1000W for the pump and 1000W for the dry cooler, depending on the ambient temperature.

-Space Requirements: The physical footprint of the C6 Immersion Cooling Tank and its associated cooling infrastructure may require more space than traditional air-cooled systems, which could be a limiting factor for some operations.

Instalation video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aLPFb6Bbgc&t

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