Coolit Freezone question

Hi all.

I have a coolit freezone cooling system connected to my Q9300, mounted to my asus P5K-E

i was wondering if water will spill or something when i dismount it. looking to replace it with air cooling, and use the water cooling for my new pc. thanks
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  1. yes or no pls
  2. Calm down...you only waited an hour before asking for a reply...you can't expect that someone is sitting here just waiting for a thread to post simply to respond to it.

    You shouldn't have any coolant leak...if you do, the unit has a major problem. It's a closed loop cooler and shouldn't need to be opened, filled or otherwise need maintenance.
  3. rubix_1011 said:
    Calm down...you only waited an hour before asking for a reply...you can't expect that someone is sitting here just waiting for a thread to post simply to respond to it.

    You shouldn't have any coolant leak...if you do, the unit has a major problem. It's a closed loop cooler and shouldn't need to be opened, filled or otherwise need maintenance.



    thanks :) i never installed it, i've heard horror stories about tubes bursting.
  4. To be honest, I'd never own a closed loop cooler. They are poor performers for the cost and can be matched by good air coolers costing much less. CoolIt coolers even fare worse than Corsair/Asetek/Antec coolers.
  5. rubix_1011 said:
    To be honest, I'd never own a closed loop cooler. They are poor performers for the cost and can be matched by good air coolers costing much less. CoolIt coolers even fare worse than Corsair/Asetek/Antec coolers.



    i only fear air coolers like hyper 212 might block ram slots, or needs modification to fit... never owned an air cooler, though im completely happy with my water cooler. its very quiet, needs no maintenance.

    soooo air coolers are overrated?
  6. Not that at all...LCS coolers are overrated.
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