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false, motherboards can be set to warn on temp and utilities like Core Temp can also.
CPUs also throttle these days. you'd only lose your rig if you didn't know what you were doing.
Probably already said, but they sell really cheap leak detector alarms .
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you don't understand the meaning of non-conductive and the fact that software shutdown stops the pump and any additional leakage.

if you're a rookie, you probably have no business using one much less talking about it
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You don't understand how uncontrolled liquid inside a PC case would potentially kill the entire system?
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These leaks apparently....I think I'll just stick with fans. If a fan fails it'll stop and my computer will shutdown automatically. If a liquid cooler fails...it's taking the whole rig with it.

Lol same thing that everyone says. Do you have first hand experience with this leaking or are you just projecting your fear. If it's the latter be quiet you don't add to the deal or dicussion by with YOUR fear.

https://www.pcpartguide.com/are-a...lers-safe/

"Do AIO Coolers Leak?
Well at some point, AIOs will all fail, but it doesn't necessarily mean it will leak. Leaking is actually very rare, and your AIO is most likely to suffer from pump failure. If leaking was a massive issue, there would be no point in manufacturers selling AIO coolers. And as always, if a leak occurs report it to the manufacturer, your warranty should cover the damage.

AIO coolers are made so nothing enters, and nothing comes out. You cannot change the liquid inside AIO coolers, that's why they're called "closed loops"."

You have no proof and your cpu will throttle if the pump fails just like the air cooling.
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https://www.pcpartguide.com/are-a...lers-safe/
And as always, if a leak occurs report it to the manufacturer, your warranty should cover the damage.
If leak happens, will you or pcpartguide.com pay for the collateral property damage? Because I'm not seeing Enermax promises any such warranty.
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If leak happens, will you or pcpartguide.com pay for the collateral property damage? Because I'm not seeing Enermax promises any such warranty.
I don't know but that wasn't my question. I asked if "Yone_Yasuo_Main" had experience about this certain product to know "These leaks apparently"
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Most cases you mount the mobo vertically, so a leak wouldnt drip all over your hardware. Ive seen some wc disasters on datacenter servers, but as someone said in this thread, the fluid is usually not water, but a mineral that is not conductive and shouldnt cause corrosion. A real mess to clean maybe, but rubbing alcohol and some tlc and you'd be gtg if you did happen to have a leak on your gear
This is a well thought out answer vs some posts saying water +electronics = bad scary
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Aren't enermax trash?
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These are trash. I wouldn't take the time to order them if they were giving them away for free along with a $5 bill.

Sludge, leaks, pump faulures because of the sludge after a bit over 2 years. ANY brand on the market including cheap knockoffs are probably superior.

This is the only company on the market that cannot get the proper mix of coolant to avoid the issues with mixed metals. Thiy have had two generations fail in the same way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlTlCV1AgoA
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There have been some tear downs with gamers nexus, level1techs, and linus tech tips on these coolers. I'm not going to spoil the surprise, but keeping metals the same are important when you add water. Just don't expect these to last as long as a standard fan cooler.
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These leaks apparently....I think I'll just stick with fans. If a fan fails it'll stop and my computer will shutdown automatically. If a liquid cooler fails...it's taking the whole rig with it.
Really cool story and nice review of a product you've never tested

Quote from thunderbird1100 :
Shouldnt have any issue with cooling pretty much any CPU at stock speeds. When you start overclocking though things could get a little dicey, if we're talking the 120mm version here. The 240mm could cool anything pretty much. The 120mm might struggle with something like a 5950x or 3950x, maybe 3900x/5900x as well, but if you're dropping $400+ on a CPU, you probably shouldnt be putting a $30 AIO on it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOSc3DT3UFY
Nah. You too. Your video is only a review of the cheap fan it comes with. Slap a couple real high static rad fans on it and it's an excellent overlock cooler. Any AIO will work

Please actually have some experience with the topic before chiming in with YouTubes


Quote from polyspecific :
These are trash. I wouldn't take the time to order them if they were giving them away for free along with a $5 bill.

Sludge, leaks, pump faulures because of the sludge after a bit over 2 years. ANY brand on the market including cheap knockoffs are probably superior.

This is the only company on the market that cannot get the proper mix of coolant to avoid the issues with mixed metals. Thiy have had two generations fail in the same way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlTlCV1AgoA
You are a beginner. It says by your name and is obvious by your YouTube link

If you aren't experienced enough to know how to properly install and cool a rad then please leave it to the experts who have actually used these. And definitely don't overclock omg


Your video is just a review of the cheap stock fan and no substitute for hands on experience

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Lol same thing that everyone says. Do you have first hand experience with this leaking or are you just projecting your fear. If it's the latter be quiet you don't add to the deal or dicussion by with YOUR fear.
Of course they don't that's why they're posting video links to what amount to just reviews of the stock fan
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These leaks apparently....I think I'll just stick with fans. If a fan fails it'll stop and my computer will shutdown automatically. If a liquid cooler fails...it's taking the whole rig with it.
Not familiar with this brand, but the benefits of liquid cooling outweighs the risk.
Been building my own PC for last 30 years, the processor fan was what I hate most, grew from the size of a cracker to to the size of a fat tumbler, from quiet to jet engine.

Built a PC with liquid cooling (been out of building for a few years because not playing PC games anymore) and been running almost 24/7 for 4 years for work and 0 issue
So quiet that don't even notice it's running, lot of space inside the case to work with and air flow...
Will never go back to processor fan
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