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The coolers are filled with a mixture of Propylene glycol and distilled water the same as what we put in our cars. It is non toxic , If you have a damage claim please fill out a RMA and we will resolve the issue. Thank you
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I must say all these leaking stories worry me but Corsair's response is beyond outstanding. I obviously understood the risks before buying my H100i but it is really nice to see a company stand by their product this way!


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I must say all these leaking stories worry me but Corsair's response is beyond outstanding. I obviously understood the risks before buying my H100i but it is really nice to see a company stand by their product this way!
it amazes me how just a handful of leaks can freak out people on watercooling,yes obviously theres a risk,but what isnt really?
ive got almost 3k in a new build not including close to another 1k in WC parts and the way i see it is what good are computers if you cant build em the way you like
and corsair WC is much MORE safer
take the plunge and get rid of that huge air box
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ill try to locate it brb
http://www.amazon.com/Control-Produc...dp_ob_title_hi
you would have to modify the sensor for a pc but its very easy to do as it just uses moisture to bridge 2 contacts
it works very well on my sump pump
Hello,

after suffering "almost" a leakage yesterday (seems to be "only" one fan lubticant) I have seen this post. In your system's pics I don't see how/where that sensor is placed. That one you link seems to be for "big" ammount of water, right? I've sawn some others that detct humidity, or water on "big quantities", but others have sensor wires that trigger the alarm when that wire gets in contact with "water" (I guess that's what would be fine for the case of AC, right?). Also, as I don't know the water proportion in the coolant mixture, will a "water" detector work for this?

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it amazes me how just a handful of leaks can freak out people on watercooling,yes obviously theres a risk,but what isnt really?
ive got almost 3k in a new build not including close to another 1k in WC parts and the way i see it is what good are computers if you cant build em the way you like
and corsair WC is much MORE safer
take the plunge and get rid of that huge air box
"A handful of leaks" or a million of them. If the problem does not affect you (personally) it may not be freightning you, but I do really have fear; had it before, and since yesterday fear has increased, as if I am one of the "lucky handfuls"...

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We do warrant our coolers against leaks. If it leaks in your system and is responsible for frying your hardware, we'll often evaluate and replace.
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