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Enermax LIQMAX III 120 All-in-one CPU Liquid Cooler EXPIRED

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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.
I've had Enermax AIO for 2 years and no issues
I think he meant due to leaking which is a possibility depending on what fluid they run in the system. I ran an AIO water cooler for nearly 7 years 24/7 with no issues so like the Walmart deals on here YMMV. I wouldn't worry too much about leaking, but it isn't impossible that it would happen.

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$39.99 after $20.00 rebate card

https://www.newegg.com/enermax-li...6835214106
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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.
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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.
I've had Enermax AIO for 2 years and no issues
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Is this better than the hyper 212 evo for cooling??
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I've used enermax aios before and hadn't had issues
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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.
I think he meant due to leaking which is a possibility depending on what fluid they run in the system. I ran an AIO water cooler for nearly 7 years 24/7 with no issues so like the Walmart deals on here YMMV. I wouldn't worry too much about leaking, but it isn't impossible that it would happen.
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Corrosion..
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Use my liqmax ii 240 for well over six years now with no issues. Running two of them on two 4770k machines. I would not hesitate to get another if I actually had the need/desire to upgrade.
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There's been reports of corrosion/goo buildup in some Enermax AIOs.

With that said, I own one too, the Liqmax III ARGB, very happy with
it, so far. Replaced the fans it shipped with though, were to noisy for me.
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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.
How does a Core Temp warning help if liquid drips onto your components?
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