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post #11 of 14
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Just gotta brag.


@ Martin Needless to say looking forward to your results.
  
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post #12 of 14
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@ Martin Needless to say looking forward to your results.
Agreed. Martin actually knows how to test products.
post #13 of 14
Oh darn, just days after I bought my regular fuzion
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I am thinking of this. I have the V1 and would be interested to see if there is indeed a drastic temp drop. Right now I load at 60C-61C. this is after a few days of folding, so the loop is completely warm. I wonder if the compared load temps were between a loop that was running for a while and one with fresh coolant. that alone could be off by quite a bit.
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