dielectric cooling of computer clusters

One company that I worked for has converted their computer clusters to dielectric fluid cooling. Not sure who kitted them out, but one such vendor is: http://www.grcooling.com/energy-2/
Now what is the saving? You need to pump the fluid out to a heat exchanger outside the building, which requires energy. You have to remove a certain amount of heat by whatever method. Previously, they 6 standard split-system aircons, rated at 7 kW cooling each.
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