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Old 06-07-11, 08:54 PM   #11
jcrox
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Default Re: My next All-in-one watercooler...

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Originally Posted by grey_1 View Post
It was always a high rate of leaks reported among users. I can live with lackluster performance to a point, but a leaky WC setup - No way.

There's the possibility they've learned from past mistakes, but I would need to see a LOT of positive end user feedbacks before even considering this unit.

They're pricey, but if I were to go with a prebuilt kit it would be one of these most likely.

http://www.swiftech.com/lc_kits.aspx
I'd bet a lot of those leaks were the result of some newb putting them together.

Regardless, none of the "Big Water" kits have been any good thus far. I'd also want to see A LOT of reviews.
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