Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 4 Jun 2019.
I suspect the intra-loop pressure delta (and just as if not more significant, the rate of change of pressure) from the pump turning on and off with power cycles is going to be far more than the whole-loop pressure delta from thermal expansion of the relatively low fluid volume.
Uhh... aren't they shooting themselves in the foot with that?
Basically by pushing this kind of thing they are confirming the idea (regardless if right or wrong) that AIOs are a leak waiting to happen.
Maybe. Or maybe it's just more to put the idea in the head of new buyers that other companies don't have this and must therefore be risky compared to DeepCool. Dunno.
Rightly or wrongly i'm still of the mindset that it's either air cooling or a full custom loop, AIOs have never appealed to me.
The only way to have a cast iron, no leak guarantee, is to use air cooling...
as apposed to their other water cooling which don't I assume have anti leak technology...
Instructions unclear, air-cooled PC dunked in swimming pool.
I don't make a habit of allowing for quite that degree of stupidity...
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