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If you are not limited by the time and money to want to spend...
Have the cooled water coming into your computer through a radiator that will be the only air intake for your PC, this way all the water in the air condenses on the rad instead of on your GPU or CPU cooler. This is a psychrometric method used in HVAC
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Originally Posted by SDH500 View Post

If you are not limited by the time and money to want to spend...
Have the cooled water coming into your computer through a radiator that will be the only air intake for your PC, this way all the water in the air condenses on the rad instead of on your GPU or CPU cooler. This is a psychrometric method used in HVAC

You'd be building a dehumidifier then and burning all your chilled water trying to remove condensation. It'd be easier to take a off the shelf dehumidifier and have it blowing on your desktop. But I think dehumidifiers are quite loud.
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