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Does the v2 here:
http://www.petrastechshop.com/dfuv2uncpuwa.html

mean version 2 right? Nothing to do with voltage?
That is correct.

I don't know a WHOLELOT about water cooling but u might want to ask around about what block would be the least restrictive.
What I mean by restrictive, is the amount of turbulence inside the block itself as coolant is being pumped through. Thus prohibiting optimal coolant flow.
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the V2 fuzion performs ~1-2C better than the fuzion V1. And no, there is absolutely no chance of condensation using normal means of cooling like air or water. It's when you throw in dry ice, LN2, water chillers, phase change, and TECs that you have to worry about condensation.
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Thanks.

Can you give me an example of a good water chiller?
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Here is my chiller log, I should be finishing it in a month or so hopefully. Whenever I move into my new house.

This should help explain what a water chiller is.

AC unit to Chiller conversion (I studied that like the Bible for a few weeks before I started)

Chiller Gallery on XS

Water Chiller Section on XS just in case you need to ask any more questions. I'm a member there as well, so I can help ya out

Please note that a lot of these chillers were thrown together sloppily. You can make yours as neat as you want. I plan on mine being very neat and clean.
post #16 of 32
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the V2 fuzion performs ~1-2C better than the fuzion V1. And no, there is absolutely no chance of condensation using normal means of cooling like air or water. It's when you throw in dry ice, LN2, water chillers, phase change, and TECs that you have to worry about condensation.
The V2 is also much more restrictive than the V1. The best block will be the XSPC Edge... when it comes out.
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Are there any sold as complete too?
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Sorry but what is meant under AC?
Alternating current?
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Yeah there is complete CPU TECs I was thinking of getting it works great according to nico...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...lit%2bFreezone
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post #20 of 32
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Is there a risk of condensation in very-high-end water cooling systems too?
Yes and no. If it is well insulated you should have to worry. For example when I do benchies I want Ice cold temps I take a bucket of cold water and add ice to it. I insulate my CPU and my tubes most of the time. I dont leave it like that all day. I generaly run about 5C loading.. Not bad ehh. Theres no point in even using a rad when doing that. Just be really carefull.

Heres you go watch this video
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