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I think phase change system isn't for me
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Originally Posted by JPSarapuu View Post
OK...
I think phase change system isn't for me
lol.

most extreme cooling isn't a great idea for anyone relatively inexperienced w/ the enthusiast world of computers. Heck! I'm no n00b and extreme cooling kinda scares me! Condensation near my CPU NO THANK YOU! lol.
OK. maybe that's a lil over the top


Personally I'd always thought a TEC chilled WC loop would be good. and the TEC's being air cooled by like TTBTs exhausting thru the top of the case
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