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liquid cooling question

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lee-mac, May 7, 2008.

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  1. lee-mac

    lee-mac Thread Starter

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    Hi there i have just ordered the thermaltake bigwater 745 liquid cooling kit because i have recently overclocked my amd 6000+ from 3gig to 3.3gig and its running a little hot.My question is in the package i get some anitfreeze uv reactive solotion to fill it up with,but if this was ever to leak will this kill my pc parts the reason i am paranoid about it leaking is i have recently just got me 2x 8800gtx cards wich was not cheap and i dont want to kill my pc.I want to know if there is a safer liquid i can use.I know that they shouldnt leak if it is assembled correctly and not rushed but nothing is 100pct :/ many thx guys(y)
     
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    Any liquid leaking onto a running computer is a bad thing. I think the best thing to do is test it for leaks before installing it into the live system if possible.
     
  3. lee-mac

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    Ok thx its a bit ove a pain in the chuff all that messing about but if its gona stop me being paraniod then i have an old pc i can test it with .cheers mate :)
     
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