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Old 14-06-21, 12:09 PM
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Aqua Computer Revolutionises Water Cooling with Innovative Anti-Leak Technology

Prevent leaks with negative pressure. Meet the LEAKSHIELD!



Read more about Aqua Computer's anti-leak LEAKSHIELD technology.

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Old 14-06-21, 12:37 PM
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That is awesome! Can't wait to see some independent reviewers put it through its paces.
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Old 14-06-21, 05:41 PM
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Trust Aqua Computer to do something so cool and so amazing.
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Old 14-06-21, 11:46 PM
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That's literally the coolest thing in water-cooling now.
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Do you pump the gas out manually, or is there a small electric vacuum pump in that thing?

Just watched the video, holy crap that thing is impressive
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Old 15-06-21, 06:52 PM
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I'm getting me one of these makes sense seeing as I have the Aquaero, Splitty, D5 Next, Cuplex, Aqualis..
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I don't have a cylindrical res. I saw a point in the video where it looked like it can be used as a standalone unit. Is that the case or will I have to wait and see it they release something similar for the Kinetic series? Such an awesome thing!
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Now there's a problem I didn't think needed to be solved, LOL!
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