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Old 06-05-2013, 10:18 AM
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Default H110: leak risk & top mount questions

Hello All,

I'm trying to decide if I should do water cooling or air and the leak issue is unnerving to me. How often is this an issue? I'm picking up some very high end parts for my next build.

Also, if I pick up the 650D case, where can I install my PSS since the radiator for the H110 will live where the PSS would normally go?

Thanks for your advice,

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Old 06-05-2013, 10:24 AM
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water cooling will give you about 20-40C cooler on an i7 3770K (just using that as an example since i use it) now if you get an aftermarket air cooling might be just comparing to stock fan

about 1/1000 chance if not less
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About the chances of a leak, look at all the posts here about leaks (not that many) and then think about how many units are being sold (many, many thousands). The chances of a leak are very small. And you can bet that most people who do have leaks will post here about it.
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Thanks, any comments on the PSS installation location? It would normally live where the radiator goes??
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