really interesting. do you need to remove the heat from the fluid after condensing? isn't that where the largest change in energy is seen?
Thanks!, The heat is removed by the condenser, it cools the vapor, returning the Novec to a liquid state that drips back into the tank below. You are thinking of the way a oil submersion computer would work. You would need to cycle the oil though radiators to remove the heat.
The secondary water cooling system is removing the heat from the system by cooling the novec that is in gas form. I may oversize the radiator on the bottom and switch to a triple 120mm setup. I'm looking at the EK-SBAY to go on the top as the pump and reservoir for that system.