DonDegow

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  1. You guys definitely went overboard with it To answer your question simply, a ice heat sink will have less capacity than a water heat sink of the same mass. At phase change, your heat sink will suddenly double its DTU available, it can be desired or not. (meaning if you inject 1000 DTU, it'll turn into ~2000 DTU) For simpler systems, steam is usually the go-to heat sink material as it's directly convertible to power; using existing ice is definitely OK as it'll eventually turn into usable steam if all buildings in there can handle more than 125°C (steel basically).