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    one word: NO!

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    heheh i have been here a year ago.

    water coolers as a rule dont leak it you install it following the instructions to the letter !!

    if you use DE-IONIZED water with the correct adative then your reasonably safe as this water is pretty much non-conductive.

    if your really worried you can purchase replacement fluid that is 100% non conductive ( you can litterally tip the bottle inside the pc and nothing would happen).

    most important of all DONT USE TAP WATER !!! it will kill your pc if it does leak and even if it doesnt it will kill your cooler as it will furr up all the innards just like a kettle does.
    Last edited by Deton; 27-11-2009 at 10:44.

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