we operate a massive mining farm. mechanical cooling has cost us a lot. we are currently using heat removal method by evacuating air from containers and buildings ever 4.5-7.5 seconds. i was told liquid cooling is a great option. all i know boiling point is 34c but as you know mining operates at 56-79c at times. optimally 56-65 max. i am wanting to experiment with thermal unit on GPU and without. i am looking for guidance on how to do my calculations as well as the best way to set up the submersion system. i saw that allied control create liquid cooling for mining operations but i got pricing and they are way over priced and i think i can do it my self. my idea model is to have two radiators per tank of submersion for sake of redundancy but one radiator can operate the whole thing. but as far as specific logistics and testing i am wanting guidance and enlightenment on how to go about it so that i can be efficient while testing.