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|2nd March 2004, 09:30||#21|
but it works.
On the other end of the thread. The cascade waterblock is just a name, as said probably named after the different steps the water follows.
The Cascade cooling principle is cooling one loop with another. Mostly by using active cooling principles (TEC's and phase change).
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