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Corsair CWCH50 - How does it work?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Homeless, Aug 8, 2009.

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    I'm not familiar with watercooling in the slightest, so can someone explain how it never needs to be maintained? Wouldn't you have to add more water at some point?
     
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    The tubings are made by special material that does not allow the liquid to vaporize, or better said it does vaporize but it should take around 8 years for that to happen so yes you do not need to replace it.
     
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    This thing is nice, but what is up with Corsair charging extra for an AM3 bracket? Also, I dislike that the fan is designed to be an intake, considering it goes in the spot for an outtake.

    Aside from that, great product at a great price!
     

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