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Is the Thermaltake Big Water 760i safe when always more your pc

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Hi guys, i go to lots of lans im always more my system, is the Thermaltake Big Water 760i safe to keep moring your system wont leck or any think like that?
 
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I think that it would be secure enough.. but you should check always the tube connections and the CPU and/or GPU block.
 
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I think that it would be secure enough.. but you should check always the tube connections and the CPU and/or GPU block.
yer thanks i just dont want it to leck :laugh: and kill my system but you think it will be fine.
 
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Personally, I find it safer than the Big Water 745. If the system was well mounted, you shouldn't have any problem with leakage.
 
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ok thanks so i shouldnt lay it down when more it?
 
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I think that the case should be up during the trip and, if you are carrying your case in a car, make sure that you won't do very tight turns or brakings. A case that has watercooling, we have to be extra careful with her. That's why I chose aircooling.
 
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Yer im using aircooling atm but i have the 760i just sitting there so i thought i would just uses it because i only just got a new case that fits it lol