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Quote: Originally Posted by DoCDoC View Post

The cycle would be as follows. First the computer components heat up under load and the Novec solution phase changes when reaching ~34C. Next the gas reaches the 80mm triple radiator at the top of the sealed tank, It then condenses back into a liquid and falls into the pool. (I'm excited about this part as it will look like it's raining inside the tank) From there the heat is removed by the dual 120mm radiator that is at the bottom of the case pumping water though the radiator "condenser" contained in the Novec tank. The dual 120mm radiator is cooled by two Noctua NF-F12 fans.

is the 80mm rad the condenser or the dual 120mm rad? could you draw a diagram? i’m intrigued


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